Join George Papazian for an in-depth discussion in this video Setting up blog defaults, part of Moodle Administration Essential Training.
- Moodle comes with forums and blogs,…that teachers can setup for their students.…Like much of the functionality we've seen so far,…we're gonna be setting up the defaults for these blogs,…as the Moodle Administrator in this video.…I'll also be switching over to the Mount Orange demo site,…to help you visualize blogs on the front end,…in a fully populated Moodle installation.…Take a look at these blog entries,…from the student's perspective.…You can see that there's a number of entries here,…as well as an Add new entry link, over at the top.…Take a mental snapshot of that,…and let's head over to our Moodle Admin dashboard.…
Blog articles can be site wide, and generic,…or you can link them to a specific course.…This first option, simply enables the ability…to make articles, course specific.…If you check it, your teachers have the option…to make that call themselves. What we have underneath,…is an option that determines who can view the articles.…There's world accessible, site wide accessible for all users…of the site to be able to view all posts,…
- Configuring your local server with XAMPP or LAMP
- Installing Moodle
- Connecting to the database
- Installing cron and automating cron jobs
- Creating views
- Changing primary settings
- Adding and managing users and cohorts
- Setting roles and permissions
- Creating and managing courses
- Applying themes
- Working with plugins
- Keeping your Moodle site secure
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1. Getting to Know Moodle
2. Setting Up Your Server
3. Installing Moodle
4. The Moodle Dashboard
5. Working with Users
6. Setting Permissions
7. Managing Courses
8. Setting Up a Grading System
9. Customizing the Look of Moodle
10. Working with Plugins
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