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Moodle Administration

By : Moodle Trust, Alex Büchner
Book Image

Moodle Administration

By: Moodle Trust, Alex Büchner

Overview of this book

Table of Contents (22 chapters)
Moodle Administration
About the Author
About the Reviewer

Moodle Content

The content that is created and uploaded by your course creators or front page designers will have an impact on the performance of your system. While you cannot dictate what learning sources are added to Moodle, the following pointers can provide explanations if certain aspects within courses behave sluggishly, or users on slower Internet connections experience difficulties accessing learning materials.

Content Creation

Moodle is significantly slower when run in editing mode. Unless you or any other user is not modifying any content, it is recommended to turn editing off as it puts less strain on the system.

Some content is created quicker in a separate standalone application such as web development tools, word processors, or SCORM editors, as opposed to the built-in Moodle tools.

Content Volume

The amount of content within a course can cause problems for student access. While each resource and activity is accessed individually, there are pedagogical limits on the number of...