As the semester kicks off, remember that your course may not yet be available to students. You can change the course availability in Moodle 1 or Moodle 2 by following the "Settings" link on your main course page. The "Availability" section is about three quarters of the way down the page. Just change the setting […]
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As the first day of fall classes draws near, many faculty will be opening their Moodle courses to their students, so this is just a friendly reminder that you'll find the availability setting for a given course by going through the Administration panel (usually on the left) to Settings > Availability. Change the drop-down in […]
By default new Moodle courses are unavailable to students. To make a course available an instructor can go to Course Administration > Settings and change the availability preference (near the bottom of the page), then save the change. Below is a demonstration of this process at:
Just two quick reminders for instructors at the start of the semester. To make your course available to students, please follow the demonstration or written instructions at: http://moodle.blogs.wesleyan.edu/how-to/change-course-availability/ Our scheduled downtime is from 6:15 to 6:45 every Tuesday morning.
By default our Moodle courses are initially unavailable to students. (If you prefer them to be immediately available, you can indicate that preference when you place the request in your portfolio.) Courses that are unavailable to students are grayed out in your course listing. With spring classes starting tomorrow, you might find the following instructions […]
Most of our Moodle courses are created to be initially unavailable to students. You can choose your availability preference when you create the course, but "unavailable" is the default. You can tell that a given course is unavailable when the name of the course is grayed out in the listing. As we approach the start […]