There are a number of different question types that you may use in a Moodle quiz. Click this link to see a list and description of each. One benefit to using the Moodle quiz is that most question types are graded automatically. It is also possible to determine what feedback is shown to students and when so that the quiz may be used as a study aid.
You may access the quiz documentation below. Please contact Instructional Technology if you have any questions.
Moodle Quiz: Home
Moodle Quiz: Basic
Moodle Quiz: Advanced
Moodle Quiz: Question Bank
Moodle Quiz: Grading
To find words with particular formatting:
- Open the document.
- In the menu bar click Edit > Find > Advanced Find and Replace.
- In the Find section select Font from the "Format" drop-down.
- In the Font Style column click on Italic.
- Click OK.
- Click the Find Next button to cycle through all the words with the chosen format.
- Click OK when Word finishes searching the document.
Click the following link to see a demonstration of this: http://www.screencast.com/t/PF8YNLk1gf
posted about a survey Moodle's founder and creator, Martin Dougiamas, had posted inquiring about the Moodle grade book. He has taken the results of that survey and created a more specific query. The message from Martin Dougiamas is below:
Hi all,Please take a moment to complete the survey. The more feedback we can provide the better the tool will be in the end.
Several weeks ago we ran a short Gradebook survey to gather some of your feedback in preparation for the Moodle Gradebook workshop in Long Beach, California on . Thank you to more than 600 of you who provided the group with some terrific rich data to work with.
The working group has distilled some of the key issues into a second survey with more specific targeted questions, and we would love to get responses from those of you working with the Moodle gradebook to help us further.
The survey is here: Moodle Gradebook Enhancement Survey
Please spread this link around to Moodle teachers that you know!
Thanks for contributing to Moodle with your feedback!
We have equipment in the Innovation space located in the Library to assist you with this task. There are three software options available to you to capture and convert the VHS footage: iMovie/iDVD, Adobe Premiere Pro/Encore and Final Cut Pro. Please visit the link below to see the instructions for each platform.