Groups - Adding/removing groups from groupings
Groups - Adding/removing users from groups
Groups - Creating groups
Auto create groups
Select members from cohort - Only site administrators should see this setting.
Group/member count - this field is required and is linked to the previous setting. i.e. If you want your students split into 3 groups, put 3 in here and have "number of groups" for the previous setting.
Prevent last small group - If there are not the right numbers to make even groups, often one group will be created that is smaller than the rest. Checking this will distribute those students amongst the existing groups instead, even if it pushes the numbers above the ones you specified for maximum members in a group.
Allocate members - your options are randomly, alphabetically by first name last name, alphabetically by last name first name, alphabetically by ID number.
Groups - Restricting Access to Specific Groups
4. Then click on the Group button.
7. Save changes.
Groups - Teaching in a shared course
Has to be done by the team leader:
Has to be done by teachers:
Hide my email from other students
3. Select the "Hide my email address from non-privileged users" option from the "Email display" drop-down menu. (non-privileged users means students, guests, visitors. Privileged users, such as teachers and managers, will always be able to see your email address.)
It is possible to make a beautiful horizontal rule in Moodle.
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How to Clear the Cache?
Your internet browser's cache stores certain information (snapshots) of webpages you visit on your computer or mobile device so that they'll load more quickly upon future visits and while navigating through websites that use the same images on multiple pages so that you do not download the same image multiple times.
Occasionally, however your cache can prevent you from seeing updated content, or cause functional problems when stored content conflicts with live content.
You can fix many browser problems simply by clearing your cache.
An easy way to reload a page and bypass the cache (force-reload page) involves using keyboard shortcuts. Generally, the keyboard shortcut [Ctrl] + [F5] will work. But ultimately, this depends on what browser you are using.
How to copy a Quickmarks
How to import content from one course to another
Once a programme template has been decided on, you can import it over the top of your own course. It will not affect any of your existing content, and you may find that you need to move things around once the template is in place to make the content fit.
If you would like a new course (your old course will be left as it is), please fill out this form. One of the eLearn team will process this request and you will be emailed when your new course is ready for you to use.
Note: You must have editing teacher access to both the template course and your own course. If you do not have editing teacher access to the template course, please speak with another teacher in your programme, they can assign you access.
1. Go to your own course
4. Find the template course in the list, or search for it using the search box
5. Select that course and click "Continue"
7. Scroll to the bottom of the Schema Settings page and click "Next"
8. Scroll to the bottom of the Confirmation and Review page and click "Perform Import"
9. Depending on how much is in the template, you may need to wait a few seconds. You will receive a confirmation screen saying that the import has been successful. Click "Continue" to return to your course, where you should see the new template applied.