How to create a “Drag and drop into text” exercise in UMMoodle?

Enter your quiz, and click the “Edit quiz” button. Click the “Add > a new question” button. Select “Drag and drop into text” and click “Add”. Input “Question name” and “Question text”. Use double square brackets [[n]] with a number in place of the word you wish the students to find. In the “Choices” section, […]

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How to create a multiple choice exercise in UMMoodle?

Enter your quiz, and click the “Edit quiz” button. Click the “Add > a new question” button. Select “Multiple choice” and click “Add”. Input “Question name” and “Question text”. Input the options and select at least one of them to be a grade of 100%. Click “Save changes”.

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How to create a listening exercise in UMMoodle?

When you are editing the Question text (please visit here for details about how to create a Quiz question), highlight some texts in the text box and click the “Insert/edit link” button on the tool bar.  You can either input the URL or upload a sound file by clicking the “Browse” button next to the […]

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Can I re-arrange the course order in UMMoodle by my own preference?

UMMoodle enables you to re-arrange the course order in your own Dashboard: Click you name button on the top-right corner, and select “Dashboard”. Click on the “Customize This Page” button at the upper right corner. Find the course that you want to move. Click on the cross-hair icon (it appears just to the left of […]

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How to let students to group themselves in my UMMoodle course?

In UMMoodle, Group Choice allows students to enroll themselves to a group created by the teacher, and teachers can limit the number of students in each group. Create several empty groups in your course. Please refer to our FAQ for creating groups in UMMoodle. Click “Turn editing on” on the top right menu. In the course outline, […]

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How to create a “read-only” document in UMMoodle?

Google Drive allows users to disable the ability to download, print, or copy a file through the advanced sharing menu. You can upload your file to your Google Drive first, and insert the embed codes to UMMoodle to show a “read-only” document. Upload your file to Google Drive. You can now either make the file […]

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