The HTML editor enables complex text and image tasks. For this example, an image will be added to a post within a Glossary, however, the same steps can be followed to add an image to any text, as long as the HTML editor appears to offer help.
The File picker is a modal window that provides users access to add files inside Moodle. When the File picker screen appears, a number of links are listed down on the left side. These links are called Repositories and they are areas where Moodle users can access and/or storage files.
Moodle allows users to overwrite files if they already exist in the system. The alterations made in a file can be reflected only in one single place or in many areas. If an alias is created, then when the original file is updated, it will change in all instances of the alias. Take the followi...
Edit a course by following the steps below.
The Groups feature allows a teacher to assign users to one or more groups. This can be for the course or at the activity level. Follow the steps below to create Groups.
The Groupings feature allows a teacher to assign one or more groups to a grouping. A grouping can then be aligned to an individual activity or resource so only that grouping has access to the module. Follow the steps below to create a grouping.
The Groupings feature allows a teacher to assign one or more groups to a grouping. A grouping can then be aligned to an individual activity or resource so only that grouping has access to the module. Follow the steps below to align a resource/activity to a grouping.
Folder View format arranges each section into a folder that expands and collapses. To edit a course in Folder View follow the steps below.
Courses can be divided into sections (Topics) to organize Resources and Activities for students. Each section can have a name and summary followed by Activities and Resources. Teachers can edit the settings of sections to update the names, create summaries and Restrict access to all Activities...
In a Topic format course, the course is organized into sections in sequential order. Each topic section consists of activities, resources and labels.