Guides and Tools
Moodle Enhancement Guide Updates
- Moodle Templates
- Moodle 3.2 Tutorials
- Moodle 3.2.9 Guide
- Moodle 3.1.9 Guide
- Moodle 3.1.6 Guide
Supplemental Instructional Technology Tools to Moodle
- Respondus Student Guide
- Respondus Faculty Guide
- Respondus Server Guide
- Respondus New Features
- Social Media Implementation Guide
Moodle Version 3.2.9 Tutorials
- New Navigation Drawer (Menu)
- Managing Your Moodle Course
- Accessing Grades
- View Course Enrollment
- New Private Messenger
- Adding Contacts to Your Messanger
Respondus LockDown Resources
- Instructor Resources
- Product Training & Demonstrations
- Accessibility Best Practices for Moodle
Moodle Tool/Feature Request Form
Please complete the Moodle Tool/Feature Request Form to suggest the addition of new tools or features to Moodle. These suggestions will be taken into consideration, but are not guaranteed to be approved.
New Moodle Features!
- Ally: Ally is an accessibility tool that integrates directly into Moodle while focusing on making digital course content more accessible for all students. For more information, click here.
- Mahara: Mahara is a fully featured web application to build electronic portfolios, journals, upload files, embed external resources, and collaborate with other users.
- Boost Theme: 3.2.9 has a new theme (Boost) that enhances course navigation and editing functionalities.
- Nav Drawer: The nav drawer is a great new feature that replaces the navigation block to make it easier to navigate throughout the course.
- PoodLL: PoodLL is a series of plugins that adds features such as audio and video recording, whiteboards which students can submit drawings and annotations from, and components like stopwatches and flashcards.
- Scheduler Activity: Looking for a tool that will help to keep your appointments with students organized? Click here for more information on the Scheduler Activity option.
- Student Folder: The Student Folder activity allows students to post files in the folder so that everyone in the class may access it.
- Accessible Best Practices: Please also view our Accessible Best Practices for Moodle guide to ensure that all Moodle courses are accessible for all students.
- Uploading Multiple Feedback Files: Wanting to upload multiple files from Moodle Assignments? Here is a guide that explains step by step how to Upload Multiple Feedback Files .
The COOL department has developed two course templates for Coastal faculty that may be used at your discretion within your courses. These templates have been added automatically to the Resources area of Moodle for all online faculty members. To request copies of these templates to be added into desired courses, faculty may use the Course Request tab in Moodle. Faculty should specify in the Course Title field of this form whether they desire the Basic Moodle Template (which includes the standard textual Moodle homepage) or the Advanced Moodle Template (which includes a new graphical layout for the Moodle homepage). You may request individual elements be copied over from either template, rather than the entire template, as well. Click here for more information on Course Templates!
Please refer to the Moodle Course Templates Manual and the videos below for more information on how these templates look and function!