Frequently Asked Questsions (FAQs)

Using the Forums!

 
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Using the Forums!
by anonfirstname1 anonlastname1 - Friday, 6 March 2015, 8:57 AM
 

Read the Instructions. 

Everybody should know that before answering in a forum you should read and understand the instructions that appear in the forum header..

Any postings that are not directly related to the forums requisites will be transferred to the correct forum if one exists.

Notice that the support forum is in a blogging style where each of your responses is separate.

If there is no pertinent forum, or the material is irrelevant, or detrimental in nature, it will be deleted.

If the material you post is not of your own invention or from your own experiences, please attach an active link, or reference, to the original material from which it was taken.

There now exists a General Non-Moodle forum for your thoughts. Please use it, or the Support for/from Facilitators, and other non-course materials forum, if your theme does not have to do directly with Moodle. All non-Moodle material will be moved there.

Please read (and answer where appropriate) your co-participants postings.

Thank You.

The Moodle Cops.

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How to find Topics in the Forums
by anonfirstname1 anonlastname1 - Friday, 6 March 2015, 9:02 AM
 

Before asking a question in a forum, you should check to see if it (or something similar) has already been asked. Do a Forum Search to verify.

In M4T, the first block at the top of the middle (or right-hand) column is the "Search Forums" block. There is also a window titled "Search Forums" at the top of every forum.

Insert the topic that you are looking for in either of these windows and press on Go. If you don't see what you are looking for (or are looking for a specific author) please press on "Advanced Search" and fill in more details of the search.

Make sure you're asking your question in the correct forum.

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