Below are the steps to export a discussion forum out of Moodle.
- First log into Moodle, click on the course you would like to export discussions from.
- Turn editing on.
- Locate the discussion you wish to export
- Scroll down on the left to “Forum Administration”
- Click Export.
- Choose CSV, Check Export Attachment if necessary.
- Choose All Discussions and All Participants if necessary.
- Click Export.
- This will download a zipped csv file that you can Extract and open on your computer using Excel.
- If you want to expand the column with Messages for easier viewing, you can select the Messages column, drag it to the desired width, then choose from the Format menu “Cells” and in the Alignment tab select “Wrap Text”.
- This will show the message text in a larger box.
- Save the file to your computer.
Gradebook Configuring Weighting
If you are unable to attend Moodle training this semester, here are a few good and brief videos to get you started using Moodle for your classroom needs at MICA.
Video Help (very brief introductory videos for commonly used Moodle tools)
Navigating in a Course
Adding Resources in Moodle
Adding Files Using Drag and Drop
Moving Activities and Resources
Interacting in Moodle
Setting up and Interacting in a Discussion in Moodle
http://youtu.be/onIGv5sd59M Part I
http://youtu.be/STpOg4YE5B0 Part II
http://youtu.be/s_1aaOh_Rt4 Part III
Adding an Assignment in Moodle
Grading an Assignment
Creating a Quiz Activity in Moodle 2
Additional Videos and Help Pages can be found here:
Moodlerooms Knowledge Base
Going to be taking a look at this soon….Stay tuned!
The service is free for schools as part of the Google Apps for Education suite. (Which is what we have at MICA).
Keep the following in mind when using Moodle for teaching. Keeping your browser updated is important for Moodle to function properly.
Recommended minimum browser: recent Google Chrome, recent Mozilla Firefox, Safari 6, Internet Explorer 9 (IE 10 required for drag and drop of files from outside the browser into Moodle).
- IE8 and Safari 5 are no longer fully supported. They should still work but they are not tested regularly and there might be some problems. Like most of the world’s Web sites and browser producers, we encourage you to keep your browsers current to improve security and functionality while saving us valuable time. (For example see what Google is doing.)
- IE6 and IE7 are not recommended for Moodle 2.6 at all. You will encounter difficulties trying to use those old browsers in today’s Internet.
Take a look at what others are doing in the classroom with iPads.
iPads and iPhones have proliferated within many educational settings. Using iPads and inexpensive iPad apps, teachers can easily employ creation and collaboration tools in the classroom!
Give your students a 21st Century learning experience. Make learning more engaging, collaborative and creative!
Who has done this before?
iPad Art: Lessons, apps and ideas for the iPad in Visual Art
iPad Study Results
Check out iPad Art Room at http://www.ipadartroom.com/
iPad paintbrush: http://bit.ly/1mSbO29
Take a look at some applications to create video on mobile devices.
3D Creator Tool App: 123D Creature: http://bit.ly/1itoblV
8 Museum Apps: http://shar.es/S1erg
The Office of Academic Technology is also supporting a pilot project of portable lecture capture equipment and software. Consider how you can flip your classroom with the Swivl!
Flipped Classroom Whitepaper: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0ByjSNCXrCYZ4cXFKVURVdlRLaWc/edit?usp=sharing
Take a look at these free tools for creating dynamic timelines with images, videos and more! Embed one on a blog, facebook or your MICA course page!
Dipity (very visually dynamic and interactive, great for historical timelines and the best for embedding on a page!)
Capzles (very good for image/video collections on a timeline or not)
TimeRime (also very visually dynamic for images and video, and embeds too!)