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Moodle 2.0: Configure the   Comments Block
Scroll down to the bottom of the         page and locate Add A Block and click on the up          & down arrow    Scroll d...
Click the configuration icon (the                                                                       hand with the pen)...
The result is that any user with access to the course            can leave a comment on any page of the course.           ...
When the user navigates to a different page in the course, theComment block is available, but the comments from the homepa...
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  1. 1. Moodle 2.0: Configure the Comments Block
  2. 2. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and locate Add A Block and click on the up & down arrow Scroll down and click on Comments
  3. 3. Click the configuration icon (the hand with the pen) Configure the block and click Save changesIn this example, the page will appear on any page in the course, on the right, at the top.
  4. 4. The result is that any user with access to the course can leave a comment on any page of the course. Type a comment and click Save comment After you click Save, the comment moves out of the box, and the box is available for someone else.Note: When the comment box is available on the course home page, students can delete their own comments, and teachers have the rights to delete any comment.
  5. 5. When the user navigates to a different page in the course, theComment block is available, but the comments from the homepage of the course are not posted. So while the block can beviewed on any page, the comments are page specific. The teacher can use the Comment block to get encourage discussion about a specific page. See the following example. On the page “Overview & Resources for Messages Block,” the instructor posted a question in the Comments block. The students can now reply and a discussion can take place about the topic without adding a separate activity for a forum.
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