Restore Your Course

After you have created a backup file of your course in Moodle, the need may arise to restore your course back into Moodle. Restoring a course is a similar process to creating a backup. To restore your course: (A) (B)


Overview Moodle’s Attendance activity allows instructors to record attendance during class, either by recording it themselves or allowing students to report their own attendance. It also allows students to view their own attendance record within the activity or in the … Read More

Backup Your Course

Moodle courses will automatically be archived 2 years after the semester end date. We recommend you save a backup of your Moodle courses so you can restore/reuse them without any wait times or delays. To save a backup of your … Read More


Have you been hearing the buzz about H5P? These lightweight, easy-to-build interactive tools are designed for formative learning, giving students a chance to practice critical skills before assessments — and the feedback is built right in! They’re fun, engaging, and … Read More

Using/Grading Forums

How to grade using whole forum grading Go into your course and for your forum, ensure whole forum grading is set up in the forum settings. Open the forum. Click on the Grade Users. On the left you should now … Read More

Forum Settings

Asynchronous communication on Moodle is performed through the Forum activity. Forum activities can be made with different formats and settings to facilitate various discussion goals and are, by nature, asynchronous. Files such as images may be included in forum posts … Read More


A special forum for announcements, and general news is called the Announcements forum. By default, whenever a new Moodle course is created, the Announcements forum is automatically created and added to the course at the top of the page. Also, … Read More


To begin we are going to provide you with an audio overview of groups and groupings. Please take a listen as they can seem a bit confusing to start. The audio overview will help you to determine how much of … Read More

Question Bank

Building and Using a Question Bank The Question bank is an organized repository for all the questions in your course, separate from any quiz activities that might use them. It is good practice to create categories to organize your questions. … Read More