IntelliBoard
Tags Forums

Tag: forums

I was searching for issues I had seen on a Moodle 1.9 site where the R Count of a quiz item analysis did not match up to the total attempts that had been made on an assessment.  The assessment...
I've been playing a lot with completion tracking lately and am pretty excited at all of the actionable items that can be tracked in a course for each student.  While webpages and LTI resources offer limited tracking, the Quiz...
Here's a quick video that highlights each of the common forum types and how to use them, including the benefits of each.  Worth a watch if you're trying to make sense of the different views and settings for forums. More...
If you've never been to Moodle.org, um...why not?  It's the best resource for all of your Moodle needs, help and a great place to touch base with the community of like-minded Moodlers either seeking answers to a technical issue,...
Here's a nifty little block that allows you to easily showcase recent posts from multiple discussion forums.  The block, like the standard "Latest News" block, pulls recent posts from each designated discussion forum for a quick and easy measure...
Here's are a few videos by Life Pacific College which highlight the basics of being a student in a Moodle 2.0 course.   Part 1 highlights some nifty simple tricks for navigating any Moodle, including how to open new...
If you're a Moodler in search of easy answers from the community, really the best possible destination is Moodle.org's very helpful forums.  There are ongoing threads and discussions covering a huge array of Moodle products, modules, development efforts, bug...
The Collaborative Liberal Arts Moodle Project (CLAMP) distribution of Moodle is based on the stable 1.9 core but incorporates a few additional and nifty tools which the collaborators have either developed themselves or vetted with input from their users...
When you received a message in Moodle (versions 1.9.9 and previous) there was a window popup which listed incoming direct messages (user to user).  It wasn't pretty, but it was succinct and manageable: providing an easy way to respond...
Here's a great Slideshare.net presentation which highlights a few of the more advanced question types in the quiz module, and provides some tips/tricks for creating a rich, engaging experience for your students using a few of Moodle's other modules...