There may be a couple of reasons why your login credentials are not being accepted by Moodle:
In some instances, students may repeatedly see their profile page when they log into Moodle. If this is the case:
There may be several reasons why students cannot access their courses on Moodle. The two most frequent reasons for this are:
To submit an assignment in Moodle, you should see a link in your course for the activity/assignment for which you are submitting work. If you do not see this activity listed, contact your instructor, letting him/her know that it is not shown.
If you do see a link to the assignment page, click on it and scroll down to the bottom of the screen. You should see a button that says “Add submission.” If you do not see this button, contact your instructor, letting him/her know that this button is not shown.
If you do see this button, click on it, and you will be taken to a new page. Scroll down to the bottom of this new page, where you should see the following box:
Click on the blue arrow, and a new box will pop up. In this new box, click on the button that says “Choose File” and select the file you wish to submit.
When you are ready to submit your file, click “Upload this file” and then “Save changes”.
On the screen that follows, scroll down to the bottom, and click on the button that says “Submit assignment.” On the next screen, click on the button that says “Continue."
Your file is now submitted.
There may be several reasons why you are not able to access your quiz.
If a link within your Moodle course does not appear or is not functioning properly, contact your instructor to let him/her know.
If any course materials aren’t showing up in your Moodle course, first be sure that you are using either Firefox or Chrome for your internet browser. If you are still having problems, contact your instructor to let him/her know.
All announcement emails that are sent through Moodle courses are sent to your Office 365 MCM email account inbox, not your personal inbox. If you are not receiving these announcement emails to your MCM account, then contact your instructor and ask him/her to verify that the settings for announcements are set to “Forced subscription”.
Moodle supports the playback of multiple video formats. If your instructor has embedded a video or provided a link in the course, and you are having issues playing it:
Make sure that you are using Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, or Safari as your internet browser.
Make sure your computer's Flash Player is up to date (NOTE: Flash files do not play on iOS devices, such as iPads).
Contact your instructor to verify that the link or embedded video file is active and working.
For any further technical related inquiries, please contact the Office of Information Technology Department by email email@example.com.
First, make sure that your computer's speakers (external or internal) are turned on. Then:
Check the volume setting controls on your PC or Mac and make sure it is adjusted to a normal level.
If that doesn't work, contact the Office of Online Instruction and Instruction Technology by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Moodle is programmed to log a user out who is inactive for two hours. If you are staying on one Moodle quiz page and just reading, typing into a text box, selecting radio buttons, or choosing from drop-down menus, none of that registers as "activity". You have to load a new page or refresh the current page for Moodle to consider you active.
When you’re taking an online quiz, we recommend that you click the "Next" button every 10 minutes, even if you haven't finished answering all the questions on the page. Then on the next page, click the "Return" button. This will let Moodle know you are active as well as save the questions you have already answered.
If you do get kicked out of a quiz, immediately log back in to your course and click on the quiz. As long as the time has not expired for the quiz, you will see a button that says "Continue the last attempt." Click that button.
For further technical support, please feel free to contact the Office of Information Technology Department by email at email@example.com.
There are several possibilities that can cause this to happen while taking an online quiz/exam in Moodle:
Your internet connection was disconnected while taking the quiz/exams
You were kicked out of the quiz due to time expiring and Moodle did not save your answers.
You forgot to submit and finish the quiz/exam once you were done.
If the quiz/exam allows for another attempt and the time limit has not expired, attempt the exam again.
If you are not able to try the attempt again, immediately contact you instructor via email or phone.
If you require further assistance with Moodle, contact the Office of Information Technology Department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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