Moodle FAQs for students
I can't see all of my modules when I log into Moodle
This could be because your lecturer has decided not to use Moodle to store module materials. You should check the Education section in My Essex to see where your module materials are held...
Request a new Moodle course
To request a new Moodle course, email firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
the name of the course
the short course code (if it is a module)
the names of any other staff who s...
Viewing past papers
Past papers are now found in Moodle. To view the past papers for a module find it in Moodle and look for the Past Exam Papers block, usually towards the top of the page: The Past Exam Papers block as it appears on a course To view an exam...
Staff: Managing past papers
Past papers in Moodle are stored in the same way as they were in ORB, with the same naming convention and folder structure. Naming your files Past exam papers should be named following this general structure (case insensitive): year module typ...
Moving content between Moodle courses
Scenario : You have activities (resources, quizzes, databases etc.) in one Moodle course you have editing rights to, that you want to copy into another Moodle course you can edit Moodle offers an Import function that allows you to import a num...