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Moodle


Northwestern State University uses Moodle as its learning management system.  This platform is designed to provide educators, administrators and learners with a secure and integrated system to deliver online courses.  On this page, you will find tutorials to help you navigate through the different functions Moodle has to offer.  Live presentations are also available to assist educators with course formatting, quizzes, and gradebook settings.  These presentations currently include Moodle Basics, Creating Quizzes in Moodle, and Managing Your Gradebook.  We routinely offer these sessions through WebEx.  Please see the ECE Professional Development Schedule for current offerings.

For more questions about Moodle, please email ece@nsula.edu.


TUTORIALS


  • How Do I Change My Profile Settings: PDF
  • How Do I Edit in Moodle: PDF
  • How Do I See a List of Participants in My Course: PDF
  • How Do I Configure Course Format: PDF
  • How Do I Create a Resource – Label: PDF
  • How Do I Create a Resource – File: PDF
  • How Do I Create a Resource – Folder: PDF
  • How Do I Create a Resource – URL: PDF
  • How Do I Create an Activity – Assignment: PDF
  • How Do I Grade an Activity – Assignment: PDF
  • How Do I Create an Activity – Forum: PDF
  • How Do I Grade an Activity – Forum: PDF
  • How Do I View Reports: PDF
  • How Do I Create a Turnitin Assignment: PDF
  • Assignments – User Overrides: PDF

  • How Do I Build a Quiz – Part I – Categories: PDF
  • How Do I Build a Quiz – Part 2 – Questions: PDF
  • How Do I Build a Quiz – Part 3 – Settings: PDF
  • How Do I Build a Quiz – Part 4 – Adding Questions: PDF
  • Testing – Resetting the Attempt: PDF
  • Testing – Results: PDF
  • Testing – Manual Grading: PDF
  • Testing – User Override: PDF
  • How do I use Respondus Lockdown Browser: PDF

  • Gradebook – Adding Manual Grade Items: PDF
  • Gradebook – Customizing Your Gradebook: PDF
  • Gradebook – Excluding a Grade: PDF
  • Gradebook – Exporting the Gradebook: PDF
  • Gradebook – Adding Grade Categories: PDF
  • Gradebook – Reports: PDF
  • Gradebook – How to Set the Aggregation (Weighted vs. Natural: PDF

Respondus 4.0 Campus-Wide is a tool for creating and managing exams that can be printed to paper or published directly to Moodle

You must be an employed NSU instructor to use this program.  Please contact ece@nsula.edu for the activation key.

Download Respondus 4.0 Campus-Wide


MOODLE RESOURCES




Windows

OS: 10 or later
RAM: 4GB or better
Hard Drive: 2GB of free space
Modem: Broadband
Browser: Mozilla Firefox 57 or newer, Google Chrome 65 or newer
Browser Settings: Cookies enabled
Word Processor: Microsoft Word or alternative word processor that can save to the Rich-Text format
E-mail: Browser, Mobile Device
Communication: Webcam, Microphone (usually integrated with the Webcam)
WebEx: Please see Cisco Minimum Hardware & Software Requirements for WebEx available HERE
PDFs: The free Adobe Reader DC application is needed to view PDFs and is available for download HERE.

Macintosh

OS: 10.13 (High Sierra) or later
RAM: 4GB or better
Hard Drive: 2GB of free space
Modem: Broadband
Browser: Mozilla Firefox 57 or newer, Google Chrome 65 or newer
Browser Settings: Cookies enabled
Word Processor: Microsoft Word or alternative word processor that can save to the Rich-Text format
E-mail: Browser, Mobile Device
Communication: Webcam, Microphone (usually integrated with the Webcam)
WebEx: Please see Cisco Minimum Hardware & Software Requirements for WebEx available HERE
PDFs: The free Adobe Reader DC application is needed to view PDFs and is available for download HERE.

Wireless Connections

To connect to the NSU network with a wireless connection you will need the following:

  • A computer running Microsoft Windows 10 or newer / Mac OS X 10.6 or newer
  • A mobile device running iOS 5.0, Android 4.0 or Windows Phone 8.0
  • A wireless network card that supports Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) security
  • An active myNSU student account

Wireless Setup Instructions

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myMail
Please download the free Outlook app from your mobile device’s app store to access your student email account.