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About this deal
Filters can be applied to display modules based upon your enrollment status for example ‘Modules I teach’ and the status of the module for example ‘Private courses’. The IT Service Desk can deal with all the common technical problems as well as minor functionality questions. As an instructor you will be able to perform the following actions to edit and adjust items in the content area. Release Conditions
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Time limit accommodation – Students with a time limit accommodation have more time to finish their work during timed assessments.Student Preview –The student preview link is located to the right of the course tools links. Enter student preview mode from here to perform many actions as a student including view content items, submit assessments and post discussion board responses. Data collected from the student preview can be deleted. Adding Content To Your Module Messages– displays all the messages that are specific to the module you are in. Students are also able to send messages from here.
All modules in the VLE have a module name followed by a module code. There are different types of modules that get created in the VLE; ones that come out of SITS (the University Student Records system) and have SITS codes and ones that come from the Support Module Database which have an SPT code. Note: if you want to time release material, you should set the visibility to Visible to Students and then enter date restrictions. Module is Private/Open –From here we can set the availability of the module to be accessed by students. (see below)Calendar– Gives you access to the module calendar. This will show you any scheduled events your tutor may have arranged, as well as any assignments/tests that are due. Delete– permanently remove item. As students cannot see hidden items, you don’t really need to delete the item, especially if you think you may need it later on. The academic year runs from 1st August to 31st July. Therefore, the period code is defined as A for August, B for September, C for October, and so on. The number following the two letters denotes the number of academic years that the module spans over. So, for example, a module with period code CJ1 starts in October and finishes the following May, whereas a module with period code BC2 starts in September and finishes in October the following year (i.e. it’s 13 months long).