Moodle 3.5 is the build for you! With a stable online learning environment, students can take advantage of multiple plugins and external tools.
Learn about Moodle below, sign up for a workshop, or view our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for Faculty page. With so many resources available, you can learn everything from how to make a course visible, to embedding engaging activities such as ThingLink or Padlet! Don't know where to start? Speak to an instructional designer today! They can sit down with you and collaborate on fun ways to engage your class, all with resources available in Moodle 3.5!
You can now bulk edit and delete self-enrolled users from the Participants page.
New buttons in the Atto editor allow you to record directly into Moodle.
Thanks to this Moodle Users Association (MUA) project, improved tags functionality allows you to add tags and filter tags directly from the question bank.
Let your students see which file types may be uploaded in the Quiz [[[Essay question type]]
Award badges based on previously earned badges See Badges for more information.
Bootstrap 4 stable brings new icons and a clearly defined 'Switch role to' link.
Creating a Page: Display Information
Adding & Editing Text
What Are the Edit Icons?
Dragging and Dropping Files
An activity is a general name for a group of features in a Moodle course. Usually an activity is something that a student will do that interacts with other students and or the faculty member. When editing is turned on in your course, use the Add an Activity or Resource button to select an activity. Below is a list of the different activities and resources.
Want to add hotspots to images and videos? Now you can by embedding your ThingLink creations into Moodle! The university pays for a premium license for ThingLink that also allows you to create hotspots in videos and 360 images!
*Special thanks to our student intern for creating this video.