Moodle · Moodle use, organisation and content · Timesavers · Top tip

#461 Don’t Panic! Recover deleted items in Moodle

The Recycle Bin in Moodle 3.3 enables you to recover recently deleted items in your Moodle area, phew! You can recover items you have deleted in the past 7 days, but after that time they are permanently deleted. Don’t panic if you can’t see your Recycle Bin in your Moodle area, it only appears once… Continue reading #461 Don’t Panic! Recover deleted items in Moodle

Assessment · Information literacy · Moodle · Moodle assignments · Moodle use, organisation and content

#429 Easy Moodle mark entry with the offline marking worksheet

If you have used a Moodle assignment, or have completed an offline assignment and want to return the marks online, the offline marking worksheet for Moodle assignments makes this quick and easy to do. You can even use it to return feedback comments to students! Featured imaged shared under a CCO licence from Pixabay

Communication / Collaboration · Information, data and media literacy (critical use) · MMU: ISS Themes · Moodle · Moodle use, organisation and content · Top tip

#375 Tracking student Activity with Moodle Participation report

Sometimes you might want to know the engagement from students about resources and activities within Moodle. This video shows how to do that using the Course participation report. Featured image: “Minature Figures” by WiR_Freebies is licenced under CC0

Copyright · Data literacy · Digital research and scholarship · Distance Learning · Moodle · Moodle use, organisation and content · Searching Skills

#308 Need to share a journal article with your students? Use a stable link!

As always, it’s important that we consider copyright when we are sharing resources with our students, and this includes journal articles. If you upload a PDF version of a journal article into your Moodle area or share by email, it is highly likely that you are breaking copyright laws in doing so. Luckily for us… Continue reading #308 Need to share a journal article with your students? Use a stable link!

Digital creation · Media literacy · Moodle use, organisation and content

#274 Create embeddable content using weblinks!

Embed.ly is a really great and easy to use tool to create embed codes from weblinks. The webpage must be publically accessible for Embed.ly to work. Interested in embedding your content into your Moodle page? Check out #57 Embed ANY Web 2.0 content into Moodle! Featured Image “Embedded” by  Marcus Hebel licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0

Moodle · Moodle use, organisation and content · Top tip

#258 Using quick links to navigate around your Moodle area

Quick links are a really useful, yet often overlooked, feature of Moodle. In this short demonstration we show how the quick links can be used by yourself and your students to quickly move around your Moodle page. Featured image: “Gotthard” by Mariano Mantel licenced under CC BY-NC 2.0