Enrolment - Meta enrolment (meta link)
NB: You must be a 'teacher' or higher level in both courses to set this up.
Enrolment - Guest access
Guest access allows people who are not enrolled in your course, or even people who don't have Moodle accounts at all, to access your course page. This is not a way of enrolling students or teachers into your course.
Courses with guest access enabled are required to have a password set, with the possible exception of some programme or pathway "homepages". If you believe your programme or pathway requires a homepage with open access, you must get permission from Te Puna Ako and measures must be put in place to ensure sensitive data for students and staff are not made available to visitors from outside Unitec.
NB: enabling guest access (but without a password) gives Google access to your course. If you have sensitive or copyrighted material in your course, do not enable guest access. If you do want to enable guest access, make sure you have set a guest password.
The instructions below are for historical purposes.
1. Course administration > Users > Enrolment methods:
Make sure the the eye is open, so guests can access to your course.
3. Click "Save changes"
Enrolment - Removing people from your course (unenrolling users)
Staff (or sometimes students) who are enrolled by "category enrolment" cannot be removed by you, as they have been assigned to their role at the category level to all courses in that category. If you feel that there are staff there by mistake, please contact your programme administrator or email@example.com to clarify.
Update profile (my profile)
1. From the drop-down menu at the top-right corner, click on 'Profile':
3. Click the ? next to some fields to see what these settings do
5. Click the "Update profile" button at the very bottom
Grades - Grader report (analytics)
There can be quite a bit of sideways scroll on this page, so be prepared to scroll to the bottom, then scroll to the right.
Turn editing on
Move to the right (or left for a left arrow) resources
Move things by clicking and dragging this icon
Activities - Feedback - Setting up a feedback activity
Choose "Feedback" from the "Add an activity or resource" menu.
Give your feedback activity a name.
Write a brief description (maybe why you are gathering this feedback).
You can leave these disabled.
Otherwise, choose a date range where students can submit feedback.
Record user names
Auto number questions - Enables or disables automated numbers for each question.
Completion message - You can enter a message, maybe a quick thank you, which is displayed after a student submits feedback.
Link to next activity - After submitting the feedback, a continue button is displayed, which links to the course page. Alternatively, it may link to the next activity if the URL of the activity is entered here.
Activities - Feedback - Adding / editing questions in a feedback form
Using the tabs along the top of the activity, choose "Edit questions"
There will be no questions there yet.
Choose a question type:
As you add questions you will see them appear in the preview section below.
As a teacher you cannot answer the questions in the feedback form.
Course - Topic headings
Make sure you have editing turned on.
Under each topic heading section you'll see this icon:
Untick "Use default section name" (this is "Topic 1", "Topic 2" etc) and then you can type in your own section name.
Click "Save changes"