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Add/Edit CourseName ExplanationCategory This setting determines the category in which the course will appear in the list of courses.Course full name The full name of the course is displayed at the top of each page in the course and in the list of courses.Course short name The short name of the course is displayed in the navigation and is used in the subject line of course email messages.Course ID number The ID number of a course is only used when matching the course against external systems and is not displayed anywhere on the site. If the course has an official code name it may be entered, otherwise the field can be left blank.Course summary The course summary is displayed in the list of courses. A course search searches course summary text in addition to course names.
Add/Edit CourseName ExplanationFormat The course format determines the layout of the course page. ◦SCORM format - For displaying a SCORM package in the first section of the course page (as an alternative to using the SCORM/AICC module) ◦Social format - A forum is displayed on the course page ◦Topics format - The course page is organized into topic sections ◦Weekly format - The course page is organized into weekly sections, with the first week starting on the course start dateCourse start date This setting determines the start of the first week for a course in weekly format. It also determines the earliest date that logs of course activities are available for.Hidden sections This setting determines whether hidden sections are displayed to students in collapsed form (perhaps for a course in weekly format to indicate holidays) or are completely hidden.
Add/Edit CourseName ExplanationNew items to show This setting determines how many recent items appear in the latest news block on the course page. If set to "0 news items" then the latest news block will not be displayed.Show gradebook Many activities in the course allow grades to be set. This setting determines whether a student can view a list of all their grades for the course via a grades link in the course administration block.Show activity reports Activity reports are available for each participant that show their activity in the course. As well as listings of their contributions, such as forum posts or assignment submissions, these reports also include access logs. This setting determines whether a student can view their own activity reports via their profile page.Maximum upload This setting determines the largest size of file that can besize uploaded to the course, limited by the site-wide setting set by an administrator. Activity modules also include a maximum upload size setting for further restricting the file size.
Add/Edit CourseName ExplanationAllow guest access This setting determines whether a user can access the course as a guest, without being required to enroll.Password A password allows guest access to the course to be restricted to only those who know the password. Guests will be required to supply the password each time they access the course.Group mode This setting has 3 options: ◦No groups - There are no sub groups, everyone is part of one big community ◦Separate groups - Each group member can only see their own group, others are invisible ◦Visible groups - Each group member works in their own group, but can also see other groups The group mode defined at course level is the default mode for all activities within the course. Each activity that supports groups can also define its own group mode, though if the group mode is forced at course level, the group mode setting for each activity is ignored.
Add/Edit CourseName ExplanationForce group mode If group mode is forced, then the course group mode is applied to every activity in the course. Group mode settings in each activity are then ignored.Availability This setting determines whether the course appears in the list of courses. Apart from teachers and administrators, users are not allowed to enter the course.Role renaming This setting allows the displayed names for roles used in the course to be changed. Only the displayed name is changed - role permissions are not affected. New role names will appear on the course participants page and elsewhere within the course. If the renamed role is one that the administrator has selected as a course manager role, then the new role name will also appear as part of the course listings.
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Add/Edit CourseAdd Resource ExplanationFile Useful for learning, or to attach a reference file of material in the form of a learning resource.Folder The folder is similar with the files but it is different that it can tie them in groups.IMS content package It can put a standardized IMS consortium of international learning content (IMS GLC).Label Cover features such as a „Page‟, but you can see the content appearing on the screen a list of the Weekly Outline.Page the ability to create your own web page.URL Learning resources connect to other learning resources in web links or in other internal resources.
Add/Edit CourseAdd an activity ExplanationAssignments Assignments enable the teacher to specify a task either on or offline which can then be graded.Chat The chat module allows participants to have a real-time synchronous discussion via the web. This is a useful way to get a different understanding of each other and the topic being discussed - the mode of using a chat room is quite different from the asynchronous forums.Choice The choice module enables the teacher to ask a question and specify a choice of multiple responses.Database Allows students to create , search and manage data.Glossary The glossary module enables participants to create and maintain a list of definitions, like a dictionary. Glossary entries may be automatically linked wherever the concept words and phrases appear throughout the course.
Add/Edit CourseAdd an activity ExplanationForum The forum module enables participants to have asynchronous discussions. ◦A single simple discussion - A single discussion topic which everyone can reply to ◦Each person posts one discussion - Each student can post exactly one new discussion topic, which everyone can then reply to ◦Q and A forum - Students must first post their perspectives before viewing other students posts ◦Standard forum displayed in a blog-like format - An open forum where anyone can start a new discussion at any time, and in which discussion topics are displayed on one page with "Discuss this topic" links ◦Standard forum for general use - An open forum where anyone can start a new discussion at any timeLesson The lesson module enables the teacher to create an adaptive learning experience consisting of a series of pages containing questions.
Add/Edit CourseAdd an activity ExplanationQuiz The quiz module enables the teacher to design and set quizzes consisting of multiple choice, true-false, matching and other question types. Each attempt is automatically marked, and the teacher can choose whether to give feedback and/or show correct answers.SCORM package SCORM and AICC are a collection of specifications that enable interoperability, accessibility and reusability of web- based learning content. The SCORM/AICC module allows for SCORM/AICC packages to be included in the course.Survey The survey module provides three types of survey instrument for assessing and stimulating learning in online environments. The teacher can use them to gather data that will help them learn about their class and reflect on their own teaching.Workshop Makes evaluation among fellow learners.
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