Staying with the accessibility theme. Here is another video that explains how to use contrast for accessibility.
Moodle Tutorial: Make multiple-Question Polls with the Feedback Activity. Do you use Moodle? Do you need to make a survey with multiple questions? here is a little tutorial on how to do it. I used Moodle 2.7 here. The latest version as of July 29, 2015 is v2.8, but the Feedback Activity has pretty much stayed the same across different versions, so you should be fine with this tutorial regardless of version. I hope you find it useful!
This tutorial explains how to create a multiple-question poll using the Feedback Activity in Moodle 2+
Habeis visto alguna vez en material impreso ó en la web imagenes de texto que muestran recortes de fotos en el cuerpo de las letras? la técnica se llama “máscara de recorte”, y es muy fácil de hacer. Se puede crear el effecto con varios paquetes de software editor de imagenes. En este tutorial yo he usado Adobe Photoshop CS6, pero se puede lograr igualmente utilizando culquiera de las ultimas versiones de Photoshop (Adobe Creative Suite). ¡Espero les sea útil!
Creating aqua buttons is pretty easy. In this tutorial I explain how to make a simple aqua button. Once you know how to make a simple button you can go for more ambitious goals and create complex buttons and other elements with aqua surfaces. I used Photoshop CS6 here, but the steps are pretty much the same regardless of which version of the Adobe Creative Suite you are using.
As soon as students finish a quiz and click the “Submit” button Moodle shows them their score (for example: 89/100, or 100/100, etc.). SO , they do see their score immediately. But, what if you want to make the Gradebook permanently visible them?
You need to do two things. The first is to make your Gradebook visible in your Settings, and the second is to make sure the “eye icon” or reveal/unhide icon is set to visible.
Below are instruction how to do this:
STEP 1 – Click on “settings on the left column”
STEP 2 – Locate “Show Grades” on the page and select “Yes” from the drop down menu
STEP 3 – Scroll all the way down and click “Save Changes”
STEP 4 – In the Administration block, click on “Grades”
STEP 5 – Click the tab named “Categories and Items”
STEP 6 – In the “Actions” column, click the “eye” icon to open the eye, and thus reveal the Gradebook permanently
STEP 7 – Click “Save changes”
That’s it. You have now made the gradebook permanently visible (well, until you change it again).
STEP 1 – In the Administration block, click on “Assign Roles”
STEP 2 – In the “Roles” column, click on “DSPS* Student“. (*Your institution may use a different acronym or label here)
STEP 3 – In the search bar, type the student’s name, email, or ID number (you might have to scroll down if you have a small monitor and cannot see the search bar
STEP4 – In the “Search results” box click on the student’s name to highlight it, and click the “Add” button
STEP 5 – Click on “Assign Roles in Course” (you may have to scroll down if you have a small monitor running at low resolution.
That’s it. You have removed the time limits for this student.
It is very easy to add students and/or other participants to your Moodle course. In this quick video tutorial I explain how to assign roles in Moodle 1.9. I hope you find it useful!