Moodle Student’s Manual

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Table of Contents
Assignment.................................................................................................................................2 Blogs...........................................................................................................................................5 Calendar.....................................................................................................................................6 Chat............................................................................................................................................7 Choice.........................................................................................................................................8 Databases....................................................................................................................................8 Forum.........................................................................................................................................9 Glossary....................................................................................................................................10 Gradebook................................................................................................................................11 Lesson.......................................................................................................................................12 Login........................................................................................................................................13 Messages..................................................................................................................................13 Edit Profile...............................................................................................................................15 Wikis........................................................................................................................................17

Assignment Page 1 Task # 1 Completing an assignment in your Moodle course Description Assignment: Complete an assignment 1. Click the name of the assignment that you want to see You can also click on the “Assignments” link in the “Activities” block to see all of your assignments: Then select the assignment that you want to see: MOE-FTS: Introducing Students to Moodle 2 .

(You may want to use word processor to your typing. click the “Edit my submission” button: Then type your submission the box.) in a do MOE-FTS: Introducing Students to Moodle 3 . then copy-paste into the submission area.2. For Online text assignments.

click the “Save changes” button. You can see your submission as in the picture below: Feedback from the teacher and your grade for the assignment are shown here: 3.When you have finished entering your text. 5. Once you have selected your file. click “Upload this file” Click “Continue” once your file is uploaded: This is what your assignment screen looks like once you have uploaded successfully: Date submitted: Your uploaded file: You can re-submit here (if teacher allows) MOE-FTS: Introducing Students to Moodle 4 . Upload a single file assignments look like this: Assignment task: Due date (if teacher set a due date) Select your file here: 4.

clicking “Blog” and then clicking “Add a new entry”.Blogs Adding a Blog entry in your Moodle course P a g e 1 1. Name your blog entry: Write your blog: 4.) 3. Select your settings: MOE-FTS: Introducing Students to Moodle 5 . T a s k # 1 Description Blogs “Add a new Click entry” (You can also add a new entry by clicking your name.

Set the date. Click “Save changes” Click here to view other course events: Click here to edit or delete event: MOE-FTS: Introducing Students to Moodle 6 . 2. and repeats. time. 3. duration.Click “Save changes” 5This is what a blog looks like: Calendar Adding a calendar event to your Moodle course P a g e 1 T Description a sk # 1 Calendar: Add a calendar event Click “New Event…” Name the event Describe the event 1.

4. Click on “View past sessions” Click on “See this session” (if teacher enabled it) A sample transcript 6.Cli ck he re to ex po rt yo ur ca le nd ar Chat Chatting in your Moodle course Page Task # 1 1 1. Click “Continue” to return to the chat sessions screen. 3. 5. Description Chat: How to chat Click “Click here to enter the chat now” Type some text into the text box and type “Enter”. Click on the “” to close the chat window. MOE-FTS: Introducing Students to Moodle 7 . 2.

2 Depending on your teacher’s settings for the choice you might . 2.Choice Using choice in your Moodle course Pa ge 1 Ta sk # 1 Description Choice: Using a choice 1 Click on your choice and then click “Save my choice” . 3. Task # 1 Using a database to your Moodle course Description Database: Using a database Click the link for the database activity that your teacher has created: Click “Add entry” Fill in the fields that your teacher has created: MOE-FTS: Introducing Students to Moodle 8 . see this: Update your choice: Remove your choice: Responses Databases Page 1 1.

To do this. you can add a comment to an entry if your teacher has enabled comments. Click “Save changes” when you are done. 5. Click “Save and view” or “Save and add another” This is what an entry might look Optionally. click “Add comment” Fill in your comment: like: 7. or add another comment by clicking the links: like: Forum Using Forums in your Moodle course Page 1 1. 6. 2. delete your comment. 8.4. This is what your comment may look You can edit your comment. Task # 1 Description Forum: Using forums Click the link to the forum that your teacher has created: Click “Add a new discussion topic…” 9 MOE-FTS: Introducing Students to Moodle .

Click “Post to forum” This is what the forum looks like after you post your discussion. MOE-FTS: Introducing Students to Moodle 10 . Click the “Started by” link to see the profile of the person who started the discussion. 4.(You may also have a link to “Subscribe to this forum”) 3. Type a subject Type your message Choose your subscription setting Attach something if you want 5. Glossary Using a glossary in your Moodle course 1. Click the link to the glossary that your teacher created: Click “Add a new entry” Type your new word Help is available by clicking Type the definition 4. 3. Click the discussion link to see the discussion. Select your settings. 2.

2. This is what your Overview report may look like: MOE-FTS: Introducing Students to Moodle 11 . 3. Click “Choose an action…” and select “Overview report” 4. Click “Grades” This is what your grades in your class may look like: You can click the “Grade item” link to see it.Click “Save changes” This is what your entry may look like: Gradebook Page 1 Task # 1 Viewing your grades in your Moodle course Description Gradebook 1.

When you have reached the end of the lesson. type in your answer and click “Please enter your answer in the box”. 2. Click “View grades” to see your grades. MOE-FTS: Introducing Students to Moodle 12 .Lesson Using a lesson in your Moodle course P T Descr a a iption gs ek # 1 1 Lesso n: Add a lesson 1. Then click “Please check one answer” (This is for True/False questions) 3. 4. click your answer to the question. Click the lesson that your teacher created: If the lesson starts with a question page. click where you want to go. If the screen has directions and buttons. 5. If the question is short answer. the screen may look something like this: Click here to return to your course.

type your Identity Card (IC) number followed by a “dot” and your school Code For example: 80123456789.edu.moe.spp. In the login area. you will see your courses below all of the course categories at your school: Click on the name of your course (not your teacher’s name) to enter your course. 3. After you login.my 2. Task # 1 Using messages in your Moodle course Description Messages: Using messages Click “Messages” MOE-FTS: Introducing Students to Moodle 13 . Type the web address for your school in the web address box: Your address is your school code followed by .nka2001 Your password is your IC number the first time you log in. You will be asked to change it when you log in the first time. Messages Page 1 1.Login Logging into Moodle Pa ge 1 Ta sk # 1 Description Login: Logging into Moodle 1.

3. 7. 5. 6. 9. Click “Search” Enter your teacher’s or a friend’s name in the search box and click “Search” 4.2. 8. Click “Add contact” Click the name of your friend Type hello or something  Smilies and some HTML are allowed. Click “Send message” Click “Message history” Click “X” two times Click “Settings” Select your favorite settings MOE-FTS: Introducing Students to Moodle 14 . 1 0.

4. 3. Click on “Edit profile” Complete your information Complete your description MOE-FTS: Introducing Students to Moodle 15 . T Description as k # 1 Edit Profile In the Administration block.Click “Sav e my setti ngs” Edit Profile Editing your profile in your Moodle course P a g e 1 1. Click on “Profile” Or click on your name (top & bottom of the page) 2.

7.Select a picture for your icon/avatar (Be sure to click “refresh” or “reload” if your new image does not display). On the next screen click “Continue” MOE-FTS: Introducing Students to Moodle 16 . Complete the rest of the optional fields Click “Update profile” 6. Click “Change password” Fill in all of the fields to make a new password. Add your interests for your tags 5. Click change password to accept the new password.

Type information for the page. 5. Click the link to the Wiki that your teacher has created: Click the edit tab to edit your wiki: [Type brackets. 7.] 6. Click “Save” 8.Wikis Using a wiki to your Moodle course P a g e T Descript a ion s k # 1 1 Using Wikis 1. MOE-FTS: Introducing Students to Moodle 17 . Click the Wiki Home Page to return to the home page. 2. around text to create a new page. Click “Save” Click the questionmark ( ? )to edit the new page. American brackets [ ].

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