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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 courses. 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 courses. 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.  
  
{{New features}}*[[Book module|Book]] - Multi-page resources with a book-like format
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*[[Book module|Book]] - Multi-page resources with a book-like format
 
*[[File resource|File]] - A picture, a pdf document, a spreadsheet, a sound file, a video file
 
*[[File resource|File]] - A picture, a pdf document, a spreadsheet, a sound file, a video file
 
*[[Folder]] - For helping organize files and one folder may contain other folders
 
*[[Folder]] - For helping organize files and one folder may contain other folders

Revision as of 16:34, 6 November 2012

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 courses. 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.

  • Book - Multi-page resources with a book-like format
  • File - A picture, a pdf document, a spreadsheet, a sound file, a video file
  • Folder - For helping organize files and one folder may contain other folders
  • IMS content package - Add static material from other sources in the standard IMS content package format
  • 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, for example Wikipedia

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