Join Aaron Quigley for an in-depth discussion in this video Student self-registration, part of Moodle 2.6 Essential Training.
…For some courses, you may want to grant…students the ability to self-enroll in the course.…To do this, we need to setup the self-enrollment process.…We'll get started by clicking on users on the left-hand…side, under the Navigation menu from our course home page.…We're going to scroll down.…And we're going to select Enrollment methods.…Now by default, the only enrollment method available is Manual Enrollments, and…I can see that there's ten users that have been enrolled this way.…For each one of these methods, I can choose to…click on the eye, which will enable this enrollment method.…For example if I want to allow people guest access to this course, which…will allow them to view all of the course material, but they won't have…access to the grade book and they can't take the quizzes, I can go…ahead and click the I and guest access is now available for this particular class.…
Under self enrollment, I can also enable this method by clicking the I.…Or under the add a method drop down, selecting self enrollment.…
- Customizing your profile
- Adding media and Google Maps
- Adding assignments
- Creating quiz questions
- Embedding YouTube videos on a new page
- Enrolling students
- Sending messages
- Conducting class surveys
- Grading assignments
Skill Level Appropriate for all
1. What's New in Moodle 2.6
New features1m 51s
2. Exploring Moodle 2.6
3. Designing Your Course Appearance
4. Adding Instructional Content
5. Adding Students
6. Managing Communication
7. Grading and the Gradebook
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