Wikis are activities that serve to engage students in an online learning environment, and can be used collaboratively or independently. To add a wiki in Moodle, do the following:
The glossary activity allows users to create a collection of terms and definitions, as in a dictionary. Teachers can restrict access to a glossary so that only they can create entries, or they can allow students to add new entries as well. To add a glossary, do the following:
The scheduler tool helps you to schedule one-on-one appointments with your students. You specify the periods during which you are available to see the students and the length of each appointment. The students then book themselves into one of the available timeslots. The activity also lets you record the attendance and grade the appointment. Do the following to utilize the scheduler tool:
H5P allows you to create HTML5 interactive web content like quizzes, flash cards, fill in the blanks, and timelines. See ideas and examples at h5p.org. Keep reading to learn how to bring H5P content from Moodle 3.11 to 4.1 or how to create content from scratch.
To bring an activity from Moodle 3.11 to Moodle 4.1, do the following:
To create a H5P activity within Moodle 4.1, do the following:
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