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How do I allow a single student a second attempt on a quiz?

Moodle allows for individual user overrides and group overrides for quizzes. These overrides can be used to allow a different number of quiz attempts, as well as a different open/close date/time windows and a different time limit. Note: if you do not alter one or more of these settings, the settings will remain at the...

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Fast FAQ: Creating a Zip File

[Fast FAQ] There are times when you may need to submit, email or otherwise transport multiple files as one single file. For cases like this, you can combine the files together into one zipped or compressed file. Often, the file extension for these types of files is .zip, so you may also hear this type...

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Fast FAQ: Uploading Your Paper

[Student Fast FAQ] Here is a quick video on the Moodle 2.9 process of uploading your paper! Same Topic with Screenshots and Written Text Fast FAQ Video Transcript (Microsoft Word format) English CC Available on Video <– Click on this icon in the bottom right corner of the player when the video is playing to...

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What do the ‘Review options’ on the ‘Quiz Settings’ page mean?

In the section of the “Quiz Settings” screen called “Review options,” you can control which information students can during one of four time periods Moodle recognizes. “During the attempt” is while the students are taking the quiz attempt. “Immediately after the attempt” means within two minutes of the attempt being finished (when the student hits...

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How do I add an override to a quiz?

Moodle allows for individual user overrides and group overrides for quizzes. You can add an override for an individual user or group to: Require a password; Extend or adjust the window for taking the quiz; Change time limit/duration allowed for the quiz (especially useful if the student has registered accommodations through Disability Support Services); Allow...

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Why won’t my file picker or file browser load?

The file picker/browser opens in a new, pop-up window and is powered by Javascript. Therefore, for the file picker to work properly, you must allow pop-ups for Moodle and have your Javascript enabled in whichever browser you are using. It’s also possible the you have a temporary file or cookies saved in your browser that...

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How do I view my grade for an assignment I submitted through Moodle?

You can view the grade and feedback for a specific upload assignment activity through that actual assignment, as well as through the gradebook. To view your grade and feedback for assignment where you uploaded your file or files, follow the steps below. Login to Moodle. Click on your course in your “My Courses” block. Locate...

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How do I allow a single student a different amount of time to take a quiz?

Moodle allows for individual user overrides and group overrides for quizzes. In the case of a student with a disability (verified by Disability Support Services) that needs double time, for example, on an exam, you set up an individual user override to extend the time allowed to take the quiz. These overrides can also be...

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How do I view my grades throughout the course?

Your instructor may assign homework activities, quizzes, online discussions, or various other graded assignments through Moodle. If your instructor is maintaining the Moodle gradebook, you can view your progress, grades, and feedback for all your assignments in the course this way: Login to Moodle. Click on your course in your “My Courses” block. Make sure...

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How do I track class attendance?

The Attendance activity in Moodle allows instructors to track course attendance and students to see a record of their course attendance. Every course in Moodle has an Attendance Activity shell in it, just underneath the “Announcements” forum. Faculty members must add their class sessions. This Attendance data is required for Federal financial aid purposes, in addition...

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