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    message This allows you to select multiple users to compose and send an instant message to Extend enrolment Even if your course has a set enrolment period you may give students extended access for up to a year Index of

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    above parameters choose Go A list of all of the occurrences of the selected Activity Module in this course will be generated Choose the item on which you want to report and choose Go The definition of View and Post for the selected Activity type will be given on screen For example Forum View View Discussion Search Forum Forums Subscribers Forum Post Add Discussion Add Post Delete Discussion Delete Post

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    can be created by placing three or more asterisks hyphens or underscores on a line by themselves This will work but you can add spaces or further characters to make it more obviously a section break in the text editing window e g All of these methods give the exact same result Hyperlinked Images The Enhancing Text With Markdown document gives instructions for creating web links and inserting images It may not be obvious that these can be combined to create images that are also clickable links the google search engine google the google logo logo Above are a standard web link and image By placing the image where the link text would be found you end up with this the google logo logo google This line above in combination with the following link definitions elsewhere in the document logo http www google com images logo gif google http www google com click to visit Google com combine to produce the following clickable image link with tooltip if you hover over it An example of where this technique might be handy is in linking small thumbnail images to downloads of the larger photos Tables You can create simple HTML tables with Markdown Here is an example Name Age Fred 29 Jim 47 Harry 32 Name Age Fred 29 Jim 47 Harry 32 You can apply normal formatting to the cell contents Columns can be left or right aligned by adding a colon the left or the right of the horizontal bar see additional instructions Definition Lists Definition lists consist of terms followed by their definitions Rather like a dictionary A simple example is as follows Moodle A well known online learning platform PHP A scripting language Mostly used for developing interactive web applications Moodle A well known online learning platform PHP A scripting language Mostly used for developing interactive web applications Footnotes A footnote has two elements A marker in the text which will become a superscript number and a footnote definition that will appear at the end of the document Here is a simple example Read about it in my book 1 1 All about my book You can place the footnote definitions anywhere you like They will be listed in the order that they are linked to in the text You cannot make more than one link to the same footnote Embedding HTML If you are already proficient in HTML then there may be occasions when Markdown does not allow you as much control as you are used to Luckily Markdown is designed for this eventuality and allows you to embed HTML directly within Markdown formatted text small small text small big big text big small text big text Note that the HTML markup co exists with the Markdown code for bullet lists This frees you from the mundane task of writing complex HTML for basic formatting features such as paragraphs and lists while still allowing you to access the full power of HTML in specific situations Displaying

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    Could you put that another way Let me see if I understand you do you mean or How does this relate to our problem discussion issue Jane can you summarize in your own words what Richard said Richard is this what you meant Could you give me an example Would be a good example of that Questions that probe assumptions What are you assuming here What is Jenny assuming What could we assume instead You seem to be assuming Do I understand you correctly All of your reasoning depends on the idea that Why have you based your reasoning on instead of You seem to be assuming How do you justify taking that for granted Is that always the case Why do you think the assumption holds here Why would someone make that assumption Questions that probe reasons and evidence Could you explain your reasons to us How does that apply to this case Is there a reason to doubt that evidence Who is in a position to know that is true What would you say to someone who said that Can someone else give evidence to support that view By what reasoning did you come to that conclusion How could we find out if that is true Questions about viewpoints or perspectives What are you implying by that When you say are you implying But if that happened what else would happen as a result Why What effect would that have Would that necessarily happen or only possibly probably happen What is an alternative If and are the case then what might also be true If we say that is ethical how about Questions that probe implications and consequences How can we find out What does this question assume Would ask this question differently How could someone settle this

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    avoid misunderstanding read their words carefully and try to see things from the author s point of view It can also help to think of what the author has NOT said or left in doubt this may help you form

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    really help to keep your whole posts short and on topic Instead of one long rambling post that makes many different points it may be better to write several shorter ones they may even belong in separate forums Re edit your text as much as necessary until you get it right Even in forum posts you have 30 minutes after you ve posted it to go back and improve it

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    an email When you save your text Moodle will do a number of things to automatically format your text for you For example URLs such as http yahoo com or even www yahoo com will be turned into links Your line breaks will be retained and blank lines will start new paragraphs Smiley characters such as will automatically become their graphical equivalents You can even embed HTML code if you want to and it will be retained More info about Moodle auto formatting 2 HTML format This format assumes the text is pure HTML If you are using the HTML editor to edit text then this is the default format all the commands in the toolbar are producing HTML for you Even if you are not using the Richtext HTML editor you can use HTML code in your text and it should come out exactly as you intended Unlike the Moodle auto format no automatic formatting is performed More info about HTML in Moodle More info about the Richtext HTML editor 3 Plain text format This format is useful when you need to include lots of code or HTML that you want to be displayed exactly as you wrote it

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    tags you like to produce the effect you want Note that scripting eg Javascript or VB Script is not allowed and will be removed automatically Your code will normally be printed on the page within a table cell so there is no need to use any HEAD or BODY tags be careful about unmatched TABLE tags that may mess up the display Smilies emoticons will be converted into their graphical

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