Settings BlockFirefox is the best browser to use when accessing Moodle 2. Free download: http://www.mozilla.org
The settings block has links which can be expanded or collapsed.
The administration block has many of the miscellaneous controls of each course and is broken into three sections.
This is another way to Turn Editing On. It is the same as using the Edit button at the top right of the page.
This takes you to the page that allows the user to edit the settings for the course. (Change the Format, change the number of weeks or topics, and making the course available to students.)
This collapsible sub-menu allows the instructor to enroll other users and manage groups.
Options for activity name auto-linking, emoticons, and algebraic notation.
This option takes the user to the gradebook.
Allows the user to save an Archive.zip version of the current course.
Will open an archive version of instructor's previous courses and place the content of the archive into the current course.
Will allow an instructor to choose specific content from another of the instructor's current courses. This does not work from an archived course.
This drop down menu allows the user to manage questions for quizzes.
This collapsible menu allows the user to view and operate Moodle from the perspective of another role. For example, if you switch your role to Student, hidden items will no longer display. This can also be used to
This collapsible menu brings the user to profile and messaging settings.
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