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What is FedUni Moodle?

Moodle is the official Learning Management System for Federation University Australia. To access Moodle from the FedUni homepage, follow the Moodle Login under the either the Staff or Students headings. Your FedUni username and password can be used to access Moodle.

What is Moodle and how do I login?

Learning Management System (Moodle) Moodle is the official Learning Management System for Federation University Australia. To access Moodle from the FedUni homepage, follow the Moodle Login under the either the Staff or Students headings. Your FedUni username and password can be used to access Moodle.

How do I use portfolios in Moodle?

Portfolios in Moodle make it easy for a student to export their work to an external portfolio. For example, student work might include forum posts or assignment submissions that they believe demonstrates their knowledge. Portfolios are disabled by default in Moodle and must be enabled by a site administrator. See Managing portfolios for details.

What version of Moodle is used in Forman Christian College?

Latest Moodle version (3.5) has been deployed in Forman Christian College (A Chartered University). You are welcome to use LMS with new and enhanced functionality. More customization is in process. We want to achieve full use of Learning Management System to its full capacity.

Where can I find FedUni moodle courses?

FedUni Moodle is the official Learning Management Courses System for Federation University Australia. It is the main place that you will find moodle course materials and announcements from lecturers or teachers. The usual access to your FedUni courses in Moodle is usually from Orientation Week.

What is FNU Moodle?

Skip to main content Welcome to FNU Moodle Moodle is the official Learning Management System for the Fiji National University. Dear Student, please ensure that you have enrolled in the student management system before access to your Moodle course is enabled.

What is FedUni?

What is FedUni ? FedUni (Federation University Australia) is a public, dual-sector university located in Ballarat in Victoria, Australia. The University has campuses in Ararat, Horsham, Stawell, Churchill, Berwick, and Brisbane, as well as online technical and further education (TAFE) courses.

What is Moodle and how do I login?

Learning Management System (Moodle) Moodle is the official Learning Management System for Federation University Australia. To access Moodle from the FedUni homepage, follow the Moodle Login under the either the Staff or Students headings. Your FedUni username and password can be used to access Moodle.

Go to the right URL (address) of the Moodle site, login with your username and password, or enter as a Guest (if allowed). Most Moodle sites will have a link to set up a new account or request forgotten details of your existing one. How do I get around Moodle? Use the Navigation block on the side of your page.

What is the Moodle learning platform?

What is an external portfolio in Moodle?

Portfolios in Moodle make it easy for a student to export their work to an external portfolio. For example, student work might include forum posts or assignment submissions that they believe demonstrates their knowledge.

How do I manage portfolios on the site?

While the administrator determines which portfolios are enabled on the site in Managing portfolios, an individual user can choose which portfolios to display or hide from the preferences page of the user menu top right, in the section Portfolios.

What is the difference between student work and portfolios?

For example, student work might include forum posts or assignment submissions that they believe demonstrates their knowledge. Portfolios are disabled by default in Moodle and must be enabled by a site administrator.

How do I export a forum post to a portfolio?

Exporting to portfolio. When portfolios are enabled, forum posts and other exportable data (see below) have an export to portfolio icon or link beside them. To export a forum post to a portfolio.

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