Instruction and information on doing classwork in Moodle, including taking quizzes, submitting assignments, and accessing files.

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Activities Block [Student]

The Activities block provides quick links to all types of activities such as assignments, forums, quizzes, and resources.

Assignment Activity: Edit a Submission [Student]

Dependent on the initial settings of the assignment activity, students can edit their assignment submission. If you are unable to resubmit or edit your assignment contact your instructor.

Assignment Activity: Submit an Assignment [Student]

The Moodle ISU assignment tool can be used for a variety of reasons. Generally, you will be required to submit something (a file or text) to the instructor for assessment. These instructions will familiarize you with how to submit an assignment in Moodle ISU, how to verify your submission, and how to view feedback once your assignment has been graded.

Calendar Block [Faculty or Student]

Using a calendar in a course can help both the instructor and the students keep track of deadlines and important dates within the course.

Forum Activity: Participate in a Discussion [Student]

Forums in Moodle ISU allow students to answer questions, reply to one another, and discuss specific topics. You may also choose to subscribe or unsubscribe to forums. This determines whether you receive email notifications anytime your instructor or a fellow student posts a new discussion or reply.

Forum Activity: Subscribe and Unsubscribe [Faculty and Student]

Forum notifications and responses can be sent to your ISU email after you have entered in a forum post, or if you have subscribed to a forum.

Glossary Activity: Adding a New Entry [Faculty & Student]

The Glossary activity allows participants to create and maintain a list of definitions similar to a dictionary. This guide will be focused on entries and categories if you would like more information you can find it in the Glossary guide.

Grades in Moodle [Student]

The grade feature in Moodle ISU displays any grades your instructor has made available for your course.

Overview: Take a Course Evaluation in Moodle ISU [Student]

This document is an instructional aide for students to complete Course Evaluations using Moodle ISU.

Quiz Activity: Identify Quiz Question Types [Student]

Below are explanations of the different types of questions that you may see in your quizzes.  If you have any questions about a quiz, contact your instructor.

Quiz Activity: Review a Quiz [Student]

Explains how to review a quiz in Moodle ISU. The quiz tool in Moodle ISU can be used to assess learning. Sometimes assessments can be titled differently by instructors. They might be called exams, tests, quizzes, etc.

Quiz Activity: Take a Quiz [Student]

The quiz tool in Moodle ISU can be used to assess learning. Sometimes assessments can be titled differently by your instructors; they might be called exams, tests, quizzes, etc. This guide will use the term “quiz”.

Wiki Activity: Participate in a Wiki [Student]

The wiki tool in Moodle ISU can be used as a learning resource. A wiki is a dynamic web-resource, designed to allow every member of a community (such as a class) to edit and alter its contents in order to reflect the body of knowledge and understanding collected by the community.

Book Resource: Access a Book [Student]

The Book resource presents the informational content in the form of a book, displaying the table of contents on the right side with its various chapters and subchapters.

File Resource: Access PDF and Files [Student]

There are a variety of file types that you may encounter when using Moodle ISU.