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The glossary activity module allows participants to [[Glossary settings|create and maintain]] a list of definitions, like a dictionary.  
 
The glossary activity module allows participants to [[Glossary settings|create and maintain]] a list of definitions, like a dictionary.  
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* [[Glossary settings]]
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* [[Using Glossary]]
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* [[Import glossary entries|Import entries]]
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* [[Export glossary entries|Export entries]]
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* [[Glossary FAQ]]
  
 
Glossary can be used in many ways.  The entries can be [[Viewing_a_glossary#Search_options|searched]] or [[Viewing a glossary#Browse_options|browsed]] in different formats. A glossary can be collaborative or entries only made by the teacher. Entries can be put in [[Editing glossary categories|categories]]. The [[Adding/editing_a_glossary#Automatically_link_glossary_entries|autolinking feature]], will highlight any word in the course which is located in the glossary.  Autolinking can be turned off in the quiz module. It is possible to import and export entries from one glossary to another.  Site wide (global) glossaries can be created that work in all courses. An entry can be linked to more than one key phrase.
 
Glossary can be used in many ways.  The entries can be [[Viewing_a_glossary#Search_options|searched]] or [[Viewing a glossary#Browse_options|browsed]] in different formats. A glossary can be collaborative or entries only made by the teacher. Entries can be put in [[Editing glossary categories|categories]]. The [[Adding/editing_a_glossary#Automatically_link_glossary_entries|autolinking feature]], will highlight any word in the course which is located in the glossary.  Autolinking can be turned off in the quiz module. It is possible to import and export entries from one glossary to another.  Site wide (global) glossaries can be created that work in all courses. An entry can be linked to more than one key phrase.

Revision as of 12:39, 26 September 2011

The glossary activity module allows participants to create and maintain a list of definitions, like a dictionary.

Glossary can be used in many ways. The entries can be searched or browsed in different formats. A glossary can be collaborative or entries only made by the teacher. Entries can be put in categories. The autolinking feature, will highlight any word in the course which is located in the glossary. Autolinking can be turned off in the quiz module. It is possible to import and export entries from one glossary to another. Site wide (global) glossaries can be created that work in all courses. An entry can be linked to more than one key phrase.

See also

  • Filters can effect glossary entries from the site or course level