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Moodle is a learning management system (LMS) that can be used for creating course websites, online quizzes, exams and forums.  Below are frequently asked questions about using Moodle.  Also see:
*[[Moodle Quickstart|LIS Wiki > Moodle Quickstart]]
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== How do I log into Moodle?  ==
You can log into Moodle ([http://go.middlebury.edu/moodle http://go.middlebury.edu/moodle]) with your Middlebury username and password.
== How do I create a site in Moodle?  ==
Course sites on Moodle @ Middlebury can be created via the [[CourseHub]]
== How do I give students access to my Moodle Course Site?  ==
When Moodle course sites are created through the Course Hub, students are automatically added as participants.
The "Assign roles" link in the administration panel of any Moodle site can be used to add additional students or staff or other instructors.
=== How do I create one Moodle site for all sections of my course?  ===
To create one site for multiple sections of a courses, first create a Moodle site via the Course Hub for one section using the Moodle Resource. Then add a Moodle Resource to the other sections specifying that they connect to an existing Moodle course and type in the ID of the main Moodle site.
=== My student is registered for my course in Banner, but her name was not added to my Moodle site  ===
Updates to Moodle and the course hub occur less frequently than updates to Banner. So, it might take a day for an “add” to appear in Moodle and the course hub, even though the change has appeared in Banner already.
=== I'd like to add someone to my Moodle site but their name isn't in the Moodle directory  ===
Currently, the Moodle user directory does NOT have all Midd users listed yet. If a Midd user is not listed, it is because they have not yet logged into Moodle. Once they log into Moodle for the first time, their name will be added.
=== I have a student who is auditing my course, but he cannot access the Moodle course site  ===
Students who audit a course, must register as auditors before they can get access to the course site. If the auditor is not a currently enrolled Middlebury student, they must get permission from both the instructor of the course and the Registrar's Office before they can be added to the auditor's list
== How will my students find my Moodle Course Site?  ==
Students can find a link to your Moodle site in the [[CourseHub]].
== How do I know if I should use Moodle or Wordpress for my course website?  ==
Both Moodle and WordPress can be used for creating course websites. To help you decide which you should use, see: [http://blogs.middlebury.edu/segue/workshops/curricular-platforms-overview/ Segue from Segue > Curricular Platforms Overview]
== What is the difference between Measure and Moodle?  ==
Measure is an instance of Moodle that has been in use at Middlebury since 2007 primary for Language School placement and exit exams. Measure can also be used for creating sites that need to be accessed by people who do not have Middlebury user accounts
Another instance of Moodle (referred to as Moodle @ Middlebury) has been set up for creating sites for courses at Middlebury. This instance is only accessible to people with Middlebury user accounts.
To create a Measure site, you must make a site request. You can do this by clicking on the [https://measure.middlebury.edu/course/request.php? Request a Site] at the Measure site.

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