To move items within a gradebook, proceed as follows:
Each department has their own media library on Ongoing courses. To make things as efficient as possible, all departments are provided with shared video links in their respective Media Library; the videos themselves are linked from the streaming server.
Instructors wishing to add a video to their department's media library should follow these instructions:
You'll find a tutorial for instructors on how to get video links into their live Moodle courses on learn.humboldt.edu
To request a new Moodle course, you need to complete the form on the ITS website. Please do this as far as possible ahead of the beginning of the semester in which you will be teaching the course - the Moodle staff tend to get overloaded at the beginning of each semester, and it's first come, first served.
If you forgot to turn on editing before entering an assignment, you do not need to go back out to the Course page to edit a quiz, assignment or other activity. Here's what you do instead:
From your course, navigate to Course administration, locate Switch role to… , and click on it.
Select Student from the list of options. This will change your view of the Moodle page to the student view.
Once you’re done looking at your page as a student would, navigate back to Administration and select Return to my normal role.
Repeat as needed.
Your course may be hidden. To unhide your course, do the following:
Go to the Administration block in the course and click Edit settings
This is part of Moodle's default settings. However, you can easily modify your home page to show only your current classes by following the instructions below:
The older courses will eventually be removed from your site as we archive classes from previous years.
In order to keep Moodle running efficiently, ITS periodically moves older classes to a different server; in general, the last three years are available. Courses older than three years are archived and not so easily available - please contact Moodle Support if you need to access older courses.
Current students and instructors can access these old courses by following the instructions below:
First, check that there isn't a problem with Moodle itself by going to the System Status web page. If there are no reports of Moodle problems, the best way to access Moodle is through myHumboldt with your HSU User Name and password - just click the Moodle icon in the upper right-hand corner above your name. If that approach doesn't work, you may need to reset your HSU password.
You need to update your old Moodle bookmark now that it's been integrated into myHumboldt, so that thr bookmark takes you to http://humboldt.edu/myhumboldt.If you don't, you're not only missing out on news and updates posted to myHumboldt - you're also using those applications less securely. And if you come across links on other websites that you think should point to myHumboldt, please let us know via the feedback tab on the right side of this screen.