Difference between revisions of "Specialized Topics FAQ"

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[https://mediawiki.middlebury.edu/wikis/MIIS/images/d/dd/How_to_use_the_message_system_in_Moodle.pdf Detailed instructions]
 
[https://mediawiki.middlebury.edu/wikis/MIIS/images/d/dd/How_to_use_the_message_system_in_Moodle.pdf Detailed instructions]
  
== How can students upload their Powerpoints or other files to Moodle? ==
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== How can I create a folder and display it on the main page? ==
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[https://mediawiki.middlebury.edu/wikis/MIIS/images/1/1d/How_to_create_a_folder_and_display_it_on_the_main_page.pdf Detailed instructions]
  
Students can attach files to their discussion forum threads. Download detailed instructions.
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== How do I embed a Google map? ==
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[https://mediawiki.middlebury.edu/wikis/MIIS/images/c/c3/How_to_embed_a_Google_Map.pdf Detailed instructions]
  
== What to do about non-compatible docx or pptx files? ==
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== How do I embed a video? ==
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[https://mediawiki.middlebury.edu/wikis/MIIS/images/5/5e/How_to_embed_a_video.pdf Detailed instructions]
  
Download a compatibility package from Microsoft. [https://mediawiki.middlebury.edu/wikis/MIIS/images/e/ed/What_to_do_about_non-compatible_docx_or_pptx_files.pdf More about non-compatible files]
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== How do I overwrite an existing resource? ==
 
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[https://mediawiki.middlebury.edu/wikis/MIIS/images/6/67/How_to_overwrite_an_existing_resource.pdf Detailed instructions]
== How do I insert an image? ==
 
 
 
Go to the ADMIN panel (on the left) and click on FILES to upload your image. [https://mediawiki.middlebury.edu/wikis/MIIS/images/5/58/How_do_I_insert_an_image.pdf More about inserting an image]
 
 
 
== What to do if my picture is not posting properly? ==
 
 
 
Make sure that the picture size does not exceed 25 MB (maximum default size) and that the width and height measurements are 100 pixels each. [https://mediawiki.middlebury.edu/wikis/MIIS/images/4/42/What_to_do_if_your_picture_is_not_posting_properly.pdf More about posting and cropping pictures]
 
  
 
== Where can I find more online resources for learning about Moodle? ==
 
== Where can I find more online resources for learning about Moodle? ==
  
 
For a variety of additional print and online resources visit the [[Non-MIIS_Moodle_Resources]] page.
 
For a variety of additional print and online resources visit the [[Non-MIIS_Moodle_Resources]] page.

Revision as of 23:25, 28 November 2009

The Specialized Topics FAQ contains information for those who have finished their initial semester of working with Moodle, and are interested in exploring ways of refining their use of Moodle and other technologies to best support a particular pedagogical goal or teaching context. Examples include: embedding online videos, etc.

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How do I attach feedback forms to a graded assignment?

Detailed instructions

How can students comment on other students' blog?

Detailed instructions

How do I access archived Moodle courses?

Detailed instructions

How do I attach files to assignments?

Detailed instructions

How can students stop emails from Moodle forums?

Detailed instructions

How do I backup a course and save it to my computer?

Detailed instructions

How do I create a Wiki on Moodle?

Detailed instructions

How do I flag new posts as new?

Detailed instructions

How do I import contents from an old Moodle course?

Detailed instructions

How do I make an announcement?

Detailed instructions

How do I type accents on Moodle?

Detailed instructions

How do I use the message system on Moodle?

Detailed instructions

How can I create a folder and display it on the main page?

Detailed instructions

How do I embed a Google map?

Detailed instructions

How do I embed a video?

Detailed instructions

How do I overwrite an existing resource?

Detailed instructions

Where can I find more online resources for learning about Moodle?

For a variety of additional print and online resources visit the Non-MIIS_Moodle_Resources page.