Drag and Drop: Adding files to Moodle for students to access has been simplified with a Drag and Drop feature. Moodle has now made it really easy to just turn on editing and drag a file, or multiple files, from your computer or a USB drive and drop it into the Moodle interface. An item added to a course using drag and drop simplifies the process into one step instead of multiple steps.
Course Import:Using Moodle as a way complement your class can save you time so you focus on the content. Instead of rebuilding courses every semester., the Faculty lab offers a service where you can request to have a course restored from a previous semester. This will bring over all of the content that you created previously, while also replacing the previous student roster with the current one for the upcoming semester. If you would like to request a course restore, please fill out the CourseMoodle Restore Course Request form.
One advantage of using assignments in Moodle is that you can collect and return student work electronically. Going paperless for assignment can be beneficial in many ways. You will not have the hassle of trying to keep track your students’ papers. Instead, they will all be in one place and accessible from any device or computer with an internet connection. You can give students instructions, collect and return the assignments, and grade -- all from one tool in Moodle
Attention Faculty: Fall 2014 and Jan Term 2015 Moodle courses have been archived in an effort to keep everyone's Moodle pages organized. If you need something unarchived please fill out a help request here.