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E-Learning ToolMoodle 2.4 UNIKL


Introduction What is Moodle? • Moodle is an Open Source Course Management System (CMS), also known as a Learning Management System (LMS) or a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). • It has become very popular among educators around the world as a tool for creating online dynamic web sites for their students.


Getting Started • Moodle allows instructors to add all content and activities on the course homepage. • Students are able to see and access all related content and activities from the main course page rather than having to navigate between various areas of the course to access different types of materials. • Instructors group content and activities into modules which can be organized by topics or by week.


STEP 1

https://vle.unikl.edu.my/

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Click ‘Login’


Click ‘CAS users’

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Type your Ecitie login username and password

Click ‘Login’ button

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UNIKL VLE Elearn interface will appear

Click ‘My course’ to view your course(s)

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7 Click the

course to view the main course page.


Step 2

Main Course Page Editing

Moodle provides a number of options to make editing and moving of objects easier, as well as options for organizing and displaying items from the main course page. These options include : edit title, add and delete topics or weeks, Activity Chooser, hide topics or weeks, restrict access for a topic or week, display file size, plus new tools for editing objects and activities. Too see all these new features, click the button Turn editing on.

Click ‘Turn Editing on�

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Course Administration Edit course name here

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Click Edit Setting

Edit Course Start Date

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In the visible dropdown it is to show that This course is visible to students.

4 Click ‘Save Changes’ button

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Step 4

Adding a User to Your Course

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Click ‘Users’ Click ‘Enroll Users’

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Choose Enrolment methods.

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Click ‘Enrol User’ button

Click the drop-down menu to Assign Roles to assign the user role. Choose Enrolment duration from the drop-down list

the 7 Click dropdown menu to choose Starting from

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In the Search results box, click ‘Enrol’ button..

in the 5 Type name of the user you wish to add and click on Search

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Click ‘Finish enrolling users’

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Step 5

Removing a User from Your Course In the Settings block, click on ‘Users’

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Click ‘Enrolled Users’

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4 Notes: This step cannot be undone and a student’s data will be erased from the course. Removing the user role under roles will not remove the user from the course. Rather, the user will be able to view and access the resources in the course without being able to participate in activities.

Under ‘Enrollment methods, click on the

x across from the student’s name.


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Switch role To allows instructors to see Moodle in different roles such as a student, non-editing teacher/guest. The roles you are allowed depends on your access to Moodle.

My Profile Settings allows you to work with your own personal profile. You can also configure your messages and add/ configure blogs


Step 8

Adding an activity or resource to a course

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click the button ‘Turn editing on’

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Select your course

On the right hand side of each section there is a link labeled Add an activity or resource. Click that link to view the options for adding content to the Course section.’

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The Add an activity or resource box will display with the options available for adding content to course section..

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Select the activity or resourse needed for the users and click ‘Add’

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Description of the Activity and Resource options


Step 9

Uploading Files Resources with the File Module

In the Add an activity or resource box, select the File radio button.

click ‘Add’

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Enter the required Name Type file Description here

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6 Or, click the ‘Add’ button to browse and locate files.

Drag a file into the content box. This will upload the file to the server

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The File picker dialog box will display

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Browse and locate the file you want to upload

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Click ‘Upload this file’ button to finish

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The file can be hidden or made visible to the class

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Click ‘Save and return to course’.

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Step 10

Adding a new Assignment to a Course Section

In the Add an activity or resource box, select the Assignment radio button.

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click ‘Add ’

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Enter the required Name

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Type file Description here

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submissions.

Set the cutoff Date for the assignment

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7 Turn on or off for the feedback comments and files

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9Select maximum

submission size.

set to file or online plain text

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Group submission options

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Set Grade Scale, method, and category

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set the visibility

14 Click ‘Save and return to course’.


Step 11

Creating a Quiz with the Quiz Module

In the Add an activity or resource box, select the Quiz radio button.

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click ‘Add’


4 Give the Quiz a name Type the Quiz description here.

9 Add a

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open or close the quiz on particular dates.

grace period

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Click the drop-down menu to choose the options to submit the attempts when time expires.

Set time limit

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The category for the grade, how many attempts for retaking the test, and what method the test will be graded by can be set here..

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The question order can be set in this category. Also, questions can be placed on the existing page or on a new page.

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Questions can be shuffled with the behavior setting. There are several behaviors that can be set for.

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Options can be set for 4 different scenarios. During the attempt, Immediately after the attempt, Later, while the quiz is still open, and After the quiz is closed. During each of those factors, Moodle can display whether the attempt was made, the answer was correct, or any specific, general, or overall feedback..

The user's picture can be displayed with the grade. Set grade’s format here.

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When a test is attempted, the quiz can have a password set on it or a delay between 1st and 2nd attempts can be set

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Set Group mode and Visibility here

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Click ‘Save and display’. button


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Click ‘Edit quiz’ button

Click ‘Add’. link

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Click ‘add’

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The Choose a Question type to Add box will display. In this training, the Multiple choice option will be selected and demonstrated. See the following for the other options available. - Calculated - Calculated Multi Choice - Calculated Simple - Embedded Answers (Cloze) - Essay - Matching - Multiple Choice - Random Short-Answer matching - Short Answer - True False


Choose Category for The question Type Question Name

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25 Type Question Text here

26 Set Default Mark


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Type answer choice here

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Set the Grade If it is the correct answer, set Grade 100, else set as None


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Click ‘Save Changes’. button


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Add questions to the quiz

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Click Add a question to add questions to the quiz.


Click ‘Preview quiz now’

Go to the Course and double click the Quiz

Screen Preview will display


Step 12

To generate result report

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Go to My course, choose the Quiz and click Results->Grades

click Show report and the students’ result will be shown in Excel format.

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