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{{Moodle 1.9}}[[Image:Auto-create groups.png|left|thumb|Auto-create groups in Moodle 1.9]]In Moodle 1.9 onwards, groups can be created automatically, with members being allocated randomly or alphabetically according to their first or last name.
 
{{Moodle 1.9}}[[Image:Auto-create groups.png|left|thumb|Auto-create groups in Moodle 1.9]]In Moodle 1.9 onwards, groups can be created automatically, with members being allocated randomly or alphabetically according to their first or last name.
  
A naming scheme e.g. Group A, Group B, Group C, can also be created automatically.
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'''Specify''' and '''Group/Member count''' (x) specifies if you would like to create x number of Groups or have 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.
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A naming scheme can also be created automatically.  e.g. ''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, etc.
  
 
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Revision as of 23:31, 3 November 2008

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Auto-create groups in Moodle 1.9
In Moodle 1.9 onwards, groups can be created automatically, with members being allocated randomly or alphabetically according to their first or last name.

Specify and Group/Member count (x) specifies if you would like to create x number of Groups or have 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.

A naming scheme can also be created automatically. e.g. 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, etc.