“send message”. Other options may be available using the tabs at the top.
Choose “assignments” to look at a list of the assignments that will be graded.Choose “forums” to go to a list of notes posted by your instructor.Choose “resources” to go to a listing by week of all the items posted in your Moodle.This is a good way to locate something, when you are not sure where it was posted.
Use this when looking for a note posted in one of the forums, if your instructor uses multiple forums.
Choose “grades” to look at any of your grades that have been posted.
Right-hand side – blocks labeled:Latest News:
The most recent postings to the news forum will be found here. Check itregularly for course updates.
Your instructor may use this to post upcoming events (i.e., assignments, exams,presentations, outside events) on the calendar.
Your instructor may add various blocks specific to your course and section (i.e.,blogs, RSS feeds, calendars).
Center Section – the main course content:
In the top block you will find lists of resources, the news forum, and generalinformation pertaining to the course. These could be in the form of Word, Excel,or Power Point documents, PDF files, links to websites etc. You may also seefolders, which will contain various supporting documents on a certain topic in thecourse. You should click on the various items and become familiar with wherethings are.The rest of the center section of the page is a week by week outline of what willbe covered each day during the course. Each week is in a separate block.Within that block each day will probably start with a header briefly describing themain topic for that day. Below that you will find an “Agenda” document. Whenyou open it you will see what the instructor plans to cover that day. What isincluded will depend on what is going on that day, how your instructor constructsthe day’s events, materials he or she wants you to look at and review. It wouldbe a good idea to open a few of these and become familiar with the format andthe information. 2