In Moodle, the "dock" is the upper-left corner of the screen. You can move one of the functional blocks to the dock ("dock the block") to make that block still available to you, while reducing the amount of space the block takes up on the screen: When a block is "docked,", it appears as a […]
This video will walk you through the process of adding a streaming video to your course site. If you added the video in previous courses, you may have an old link that doesn’t work, so you’ll want to re-add the video to your current site by following these instructions. https://mediaspace.bucknell.edu/media/Moodle+KVR6/1_xw4429fn If you have questions about […]
Flash is blocked by Chrome as it is considered vulnerable in the security world. But some classes still use programs that require students to allow Flash content – if you try to run the program, you’ll get a message that Flash needs to be installed. In Chrome, you can add specific web sites that allow […]
Moodle has a feature called "docking the blocks" that allows users to move one of the blocks (Navigation, Administration, etc.) so that the block appears as a tab at the top-left of the screen. Putting your mouse over that tab displays the full contents of the block, saving screen space on the right-hand side of […]
This article assumes that you have already read the related article, How do I create a Turnitin assignment in Moodle and/or have already added a Turnitin assignment to your Moodle course. Unlike the standard Moodle assignment activity, the Turnitin assignment does not have the assignment dates as part of the assignment settings. You have to […]
My Instructor is using Turnitin to provide feedback on my assignment. How do I find his/her comments?
This article assumes that your faculty member has created a Turnitin assignment in Moodle and that you have submitted your work to that assignment. Turnitin has a component called "Feedback Studio" that allows faculty members to provide both summary and inline comments in reaction to what you have written. Here’s how to find those comments: […]
I restricted my assignment submissions to a particular group of students. How do I view just that group’s submissions?
Moodle allows you to create groups of students in a course – for example, students in a particular lab section (within a larger course). You can then restrict an assignment so that only a particular group can see (and submit to) that assignment. Please note that this is not the same as a “group assignment” […]
I added a forum (or forums) to my Moodle course. How do I view all the forum posts by a particular student?
The Moodle Forum activity is a great way to generate course-related discussions by your students. When a forum has active participation by students, with posts and replies, it’s also a great way for students to practice writing for an actual audience. If you are grading forum participation by your students, you can see all of […]
This article assumes that you have already submitted your assignment via Moodle’s Assignment Activity, as described in these instructions. Here’s how you can return to Moodle to see your instructor’s feedback on your assignment: Go to Moodle at http://moodle.bucknell.edu, and click on the link for your course in the Current Course List module on the […]
The Assignment Activity is a frequently used feature in Moodle. It allows faculty members to collect student assignments all in one place, and it time-stamps the assignment to reveal when the document was actually submitted to Moodle. If your instructor has added such an assignment to your Moodle course, you can submit the assignment as […]