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Countdown: Campus Technologies’ most popular blog posts: #8

Number Eight With 122 total pageviews, “Moodle Q&A: How to collect assignments from groups” by Sam Parker secured number eight on our list. The blog post highlights how faculty can collect particular assignments from different groups. Read the post. The Countdown As the semester comes to a close, Campus Technologies took a look at its Top 12 most …

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Moodle Q&A: Student collaboration functions

In this Moodle Q&A post on groups, faculty ask about student collaboration functions. In previous Moodle Q&A posts on groups, we discussed what groups are, why we should use them, how to create them and how to collect assignments from them. Moodle handles groups differently than Blackboard. In Blackboard, groups were automatically given a workspace that …

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Moodle Q&A: How to collect assignments from groups

A group working together.

In this Moodle Q&A post on groups, faculty ask how to collect particular assignments from different groups. Collecting assignments from groups is advantageous because it allows you to view submitted assignments from specific groups rather than from the class as a whole. For example, imagine you have assigned a group project in your class and want …

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Moodle Q&A: Create groups

In this Moodle Q&A series on groups, Elon faculty ask what groups are, why they should use them and how to create them. Groups provide a way for instructors to arrange students into clusters so that assignments and grades can be allocated and accessed separately.   Q: What Are Moodle Groups? A: Moodle groups allow instructors to organize users …

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