Giving instructions to your students


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Giving instructions to your students

If we have some instructions or content to deliver to our students that we want them to read, but not download, then we can save time by typing or pasting them straight into Moodle instead of creating a document. For example, in a word processing program and then uploading it. In this video, we'll look at how to do that. So we're in our course and we have the editing turned on, either by the link in the settings block or by the button top right. And then we click the link in the section where we want to add our information, add an activity or resource.

This brings up Moodle's activity chooser. And the item we want this time, is page, which we can get to by scrolling down and clicking the radio button. If we click it once, it brings up some information about the page on the right. We can then click the add button. Or once we've added a few pages and we know what it's about, we can click the radio button twice to go straight there. The name is important because this is what the student...

Giving instructions to your students
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Giving instructions to your students provides you with in-depth training on Education + Elearning. Taught by Mary Cooch as part of the Moodle 2.4 Essential Training

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Education + Elearning
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