Nov. 4, 2022, This is your last chance to backup your Moodle content!
Use these tutorials to backup your Moodle materials:
- Backing up your course and importing it into a
Dev shell in Brightspace
The import does not come through perfectly. Refer to this checklist of things to fix.
- DEV shells for winter session and spring semester will appear in Brightspace by Oct. 21st. DEV shells are not connected to Banner (students will not be enrolled) and are to be used for development only.
- Backing up your course in OneDrive for future use
This creates a backup that can be imported into Brightspace later, but cannot be read by anything else, like Microsoft Office.
- Downloading Course Content
This creates a Zip folder of all the documents in your course that you can browse in a more human-friendly format than the backup file. The course content Zip file cannot be imported into Brightspace.
For Your RecordsYou may need grades for future reference or for writing reference letters. There is a tutorial on downloading Moodle gradebooks as Excel files.
- Backing up your course and importing it into a Dev shell in Brightspace
We are here to support you!
- One Stop for financial aid, student accounts, registration, and academic records support
- Student Success Center offers academic support and advising for all undergraduate students
- Office of Graduate & Continuing Education for all graduate student supports
If you are new to Moodle, please self-enroll in this Orientation to Moodle course.
For frequently asked questions on how to use Moodle, go to Student FAQ's.
For online tutoring options see STAR-NY
- Moodle Guides and Teaching Online Resources
- Collected Resources for Online Instructors and Students
- Writing Measurable Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
- What Would You Like to Do? (a Moodle self-help guide)
- Request Course Surveys (a.k.a. Course Evaluations)
- Make course site visible to students
- How to import content
- Remove a student
- Weighted Grades & Categories
- Gradebook setup guide