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:When selecting '''Members per group''' the '''Prevent last small group''' will allocate additional members to an existing group rather then create a new group with fewer members than x.
 
:When selecting '''Members per group''' the '''Prevent last small group''' will allocate additional members to an existing group rather then create a new group with fewer members than x.
  
A '''naming scheme''' can be created automatically.  For example:  ''Group @'' will create group with a naming scheme Group A, Group B, Group C, etc and ''Group #'' will create group with a naming scheme Group 1, Group 2, Group 3. ''Class @'' will create group naming scheme Class A, Class B and etc.
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A '''naming scheme''' can be created automatically.  # is replaced by sequential numbers, and @ by letters.  For example:   
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*''Group @'' will create group with a naming scheme Group A, Group B, Group C . . .
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*''Group #'' will create group with a naming scheme Group 1, Group 2, Group 3 . . .
  
'''Create in grouping''' and '''Grouping name''' allows you to create a new grouping and allocate the groups to be created to it.   
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'''Create in grouping''' and '''Grouping name''' allows you to create a new grouping and allocate the new autocreated groups to be created to it
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Prior to creating the groups, you can view the groups.   
  
 
[[Category:Groups]]
 
[[Category:Groups]]

Revision as of 10:44, 12 June 2011

Template:GroupsIn Moodle 1.9 onwards, groups can be created automatically, with members being allocated randomly or alphabetically according to their first or last name.

Auto-create groups
To auto-create groups, click the 'Auto-create groups' button on the groups page (Settings > Course administration > Users > Groups in Moodle 2.0 onwards).

Settings

Specify and Group/Member count work together.

You can specify if you would like to create

  • x number of Groups or
  • each group contain x number of students
When selecting Members per group the Prevent last small group will allocate additional members to an existing group rather then create a new group with fewer members than x.

A naming scheme can be created automatically. # is replaced by sequential numbers, and @ by letters. For example:

  • Group @ will create group with a naming scheme Group A, Group B, Group C . . .
  • Group # will create group with a naming scheme Group 1, Group 2, Group 3 . . .

Create in grouping and Grouping name allows you to create a new grouping and allocate the new autocreated groups to be created to it.

Prior to creating the groups, you can view the groups.