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A resource is an item that a teacher can use to support learning, such as a file or link.  Moodle supports a range of resource types which teachers can add to their [[Course sections|course sections]]. In edit mode, a teacher can add resources via a drop down menu. Resources appear as a single link with an icon in front of it that represents the type of resource.  
 
A resource is an item that a teacher can use to support learning, such as a file or link.  Moodle supports a range of resource types which teachers can add to their [[Course sections|course sections]]. In edit mode, a teacher can add resources via a drop down menu. Resources appear as a single link with an icon in front of it that represents the type of resource.  
  
*[[Files]]
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*[[Files]] - a picture, a pdf document, a spreadsheet, a sound file, a video file.
*[[Folder]]
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*[[Folder]] - folders help organize files and one folder may contain other folders.
 
*[[IMS content package]]
 
*[[IMS content package]]
*[[Label]]
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*[[Label]] - can be a few displayed words or an image used to separate resources and activities in a topic section, or can be a lengthy description or instructions.
*[[Page]]
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*[[Page]] - the student sees a single, scrollable screen that a teacher creates with the robust HTML editor.
*[[URL]]  
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*[[URL]] - you can send the student to any place they can reach on their web browser. Flickr, Youtube, Wikipedia or this page in Moodle Docs are a few examples. 
  
  
 
==Examples of resources==
 
==Examples of resources==
 
[[Image:Resource_add_menu_1.png|thumb|400px|center|Moodle 2.0 Add resource drop down menu]]
 
[[Image:Resource_add_menu_1.png|thumb|400px|center|Moodle 2.0 Add resource drop down menu]]
 
 
  
  
 
[[File:Resources examples demo moodle.PNG|thumb|center|Some resources created in demo.moodle.net]]
 
[[File:Resources examples demo moodle.PNG|thumb|center|Some resources created in demo.moodle.net]]
*File - a picture, a pdf document, a spreadsheet, a sound file, a video file.
 
*Folder - folders help organize files and one folder may contain other folders.
 
*Page - the student sees a single, scrollable screen that a teacher creates with the robust HTML editor.
 
*URL - you can send the student to any place they can reach on their web browser. Flickr, Youtube, Wikipedia or this page in Moodle Docs are a few examples. 
 
*Label - can be a few displayed words or an image used to separate resources and activities in a topic section, or can be a lengthy description or instructions.
 
  
 
Most resources have additional settings such as conditions for viewing, or display properties.  They can be moved, hidden and edited by the teacher.
 
Most resources have additional settings such as conditions for viewing, or display properties.  They can be moved, hidden and edited by the teacher.

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Plantilla:Learning and evaluation tools A resource is an item that a teacher can use to support learning, such as a file or link. Moodle supports a range of resource types which teachers can add to their course sections. In edit mode, a teacher can add resources via a drop down menu. Resources appear as a single link with an icon in front of it that represents the type of resource.

  • Files - a picture, a pdf document, a spreadsheet, a sound file, a video file.
  • Folder - folders help organize files and one folder may contain other folders.
  • IMS content package
  • Label - can be a few displayed words or an image used to separate resources and activities in a topic section, or can be a lengthy description or instructions.
  • Page - the student sees a single, scrollable screen that a teacher creates with the robust HTML editor.
  • URL - you can send the student to any place they can reach on their web browser. Flickr, Youtube, Wikipedia or this page in Moodle Docs are a few examples.


Examples of resources

Moodle 2.0 Add resource drop down menu


Some resources created in demo.moodle.net

Most resources have additional settings such as conditions for viewing, or display properties. They can be moved, hidden and edited by the teacher.

See also