These four examples are meant to provide inspiration and ideas, as well as, save you time as you create your first course discussion boards. The ideas presented here, may help you get over the initial hurdle of not knowing where to begin when considering using discussion forums in your course. Collaboration is more important in the online learning environment. With that in mind, it is critical that we get to know one another when communicating online. It is important, in my opinion, that each of us realizes that there is a person associated with the various emails, posts, etc.
Science Project Forum
Users browsing this forum: Google [Bot] and 0 guests. A forum for all accepted students. Posted: Fri Aug 09, pm. Hi Ya'll!
On the surface, it gives you a relative idea of forum participation by your students. It can also provide a snapshot of performance by user or by topic. Additionally, you can grade student performance from inside the Forums tool using either the by User or by Topic views. Both views will be described in detail below.
Jump to navigation. Moodle makes it easy to keep track of online discussions in your courses using email notifications when you are "subscribed" to a forum. This page shows you how to control these notifications and prevent your inbox from being flooded with too many messages. There are two places where you need to keep track of your settings. Your User Preferences controls settings for all of your classes.