Moodle Support for Faculty and Students
You can further narrow the available resources by using the search box to find information specifically students or faculty. You can also search for documents that will help you learn about submitting assignments for example.
This document provides the HTML code and explains how to add “contact information” design elements to a Moodle course.
This document will provide the directions and HTML code to create a variety of horizontal design elements in Moodle
This document provides the instructions and code to add a “color header” design feature to a Moodle Label.
This document provides the html code and directions for adding announcement boxes as a design element to a Moodle section, page, or label.
This Moodle site provides resources on making course sites accessible. It includes a recording of the related workshop and a short assessment to earn the Moodle Accessibility badge.
Recording of workshop focused on making Moodle sites accessible. The accompanying Moodle site and resources can be found here; you can earn your Moodle Accessibility badge by completing the assessment at the bottom of the Moodle course.
This video demonstrates how to send messages to other users within Moodle.
This video demonstrates how to set preferences for receiving notifications in Moodle.
This document explains how to access and adjust a user’s notifications and alerts within Moodle.
This document will explain how to use the Moodle Messaging application.
This document describes how to upload files to OneDrive then link to them in Moodle assignments and discussions.
This video will demonstrate how to upload a file to OneDrive then link to that file in Moodle assignments and discussions.
Changing your password through your UMW email account will also change your password in Moodle. If you can’t remember your old password, call Tech Support at 406-683-7777.
H5P is an open source, “no code” application that allows instructors to create a variety of interactive learning objects. This document will explain how to get started.
This short video explains how that you can hide past courses in Moodle.
Teachers can create groups in Moodle to facilitate student collaboration in an online environment. This document describes how faculty can set activities to only be available for certains groups as well as sort submissions by group.
Teachers can create groups in Moodle to facilitate student collaboration in an online environment. This document provides information about the different group modes and how to create then edit groups.
This short asynchronous workshop covers priniciples of good online course design. Completing the workshop should take approximately 30 minutes.
This short asynchronous workshop covers applying best practices in undergraduate education to online courses. Completing the workshop should take approximately 30 minutes.
UMW English Faculty Bethany Blankenship shares how she customizes her Moodle site and uses Speechify to increase accessibility. Recorded in Fall of 2020 as part of UMW’s Faculty Conference.
This short courses will walk you through setting up a Moodle quiz and adding/editing questions. You must be a part of the faculty Moodle 101 course to access this resource.
This short course will cover creating and using Moodle Open Forums to create online discussions. You must be a part of the faculty Moodle 101 course to access this resource.
This short course will walk through setting up Assignment folders in Moodle to collect student work. You must be a part of the faculty Moodle 101 course to access this resource.