Now that we have two Moodle servers - the Main Moodle Server and the Moodle Archive Server - there are two different ways of copying Moodle content from a past course to a current course: The Import Course process that allows you to bring content from one course currently on the Main
When we upgraded our Moodle server to version 2.8, we also chose a new theme that gives more prominence to course content. Our previous theme had three columns - two narrow columns on the right and left, and a central column for course content. Our new theme eliminates one of those columns. The
As we explained in a recent Message Center posting, starting with Summer 2015, we will have two Moodle servers. Our Moodle Production Server - http://moodle.bucknell.edu - will host the following course categories: Community Sites (Departments, Organizations, etc.) Entering Students (Academic
If you assign written essays for a course, one of the challenges is figuring out how students will submit those essays to you. You could have the students submit paper copies, but then you need to keep track of when the students submitted the essays to you, and you need to remember to bring the
If you don't use the Moodle Gradebook, you can stop reading here and just go back to calculating grades with whatever tool you do use. ;-) If you do use the Moodle Gradebook, then you may need to change one very important setting as you finalize your grades. In Moodle, the default setting for a
In addition to consolidating the various editing icons into one drop-down menu, Moodle 2.6 changed the way you edit the heading for a topic area. Under Moodle 2.5 and below, you clicked on the familiar yellow pencil under that topic heading to edit what Moodle calls the "Topic Summary".
With Moodle 2.5 and below, you could modify, delete, move, indent (etc.) an activity or resource by using one of the small icons that appeared when you hovered your mouse over (or on the same line as) that activity or resource with Edit Mode on: Moodle 2.6 simplifies the editing interface,
As part of our integration between Banner and Moodle, all students who are listed in Banner as being enrolled in a course are automatically added to the corresponding Moodle course. The student enrollment information is first sent over from Banner 28 days before the beginning of a semester. For