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10AM – 7PM, Monday-Friday, with some flexibility
202-884-9713

How do I add text to the weekly sections of my course?

Each week or topic, including the top or “general” area, has a summary. This is where information like your topic title or weekly goals could go. By default, the weekly topics display the date range for that week. To add text to a weekly or topic section summary, follow the steps below. Login to Moodle....

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Fast FAQ: Importing Content into Your Course

[Faculty Fast FAQ] Here is a quick video on the Moodle 2.9 process of adding URL resources to your course! Fast FAQ Video Transcript (Microsoft Word format): Importing Content into Your Course Same Topic with Screenshots and Written Text English CC Available on Video <– Click on this icon in the bottom right corner of...

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What am I required to do in Moodle, as a Faculty member?

To best support our students, Moodle is the official Learning Management System for the University. In Moodle, all faculty are required to: Post your syllabus as a file resource on the main page of your course with the word ‘Syllabus’ in the name. If you have posted it elsewhere, such as in a forum discussion thread...

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Fast FAQ: Embedding Video

[Fast FAQ for Everyone] Here is a quick video on the process of embedding videos from such sites as YouTube or Ted Talks into Moodle. Fast FAQ Video Transcript (Microsoft Word format): Embedding Video Same Topic with Screenshots and Written Text (coming soon) English CC Available on Video <– Click on this icon in 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 Syllabus

[Faculty Fast FAQ] Here is a quick video on the process of adding file resources to your course! Your syllabus is simply a file resource with the word ‘syllabus’ in the name. Fast FAQ Video Transcript (Microsoft Word format): Uploading Your Syllabus as a File Resource Same Topic with Screenshots and Written Text English CC...

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How do I add a weblink (URL) to my course page?

Often, you may find a resource on the internet to which you wish to link your students. URLs or Uniform Resource Locators are the website addresses that you provide to your students like http://www.trinitydc.edu/ or https://moodle.org/. To add the URL to your course: Login to Moodle and, in the “My Courses” block/list, the click on...

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How do I add a ‘Welcome’ message to my course?

The top section of your Moodle page allows the perfect space to add a short ‘Welcome’ message to your students. Not too long, though, as they will have to scroll past it to the rest of the page each time they visit your course. To add a ‘Welcome’ message to the top of your Moodle...

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How do I increase my file size limit for uploads and attachments?

The maximum file size Moodle currently supports is 64MB. If you have a file between 64.1MB and 2GB, you can use Trinity’s own Large File Transfer (LFT) service. LFT FAQ can be found on the Technology Services website. If your file is larger than 2GB, submit a Moodle Support help desk ticket to see what...

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How do I drag-and-drop a file resource on to my Moodle page?

Moodle now has the ability to drag-and-drop files directly on to the main page of your course. This is a much quicker process than the previous version of navigating to the files saved on your computer. However, if you prefer the previous method of navigating to a file, click here for the steps for adding...

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