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Moodle 2.0 E-Learning Course Development by William Rice

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Chapter 4. Creating Categories and Courses

This chapter's focus is on helping you create different categories and courses. Although someone else may have installed Moodle and made these choices for you, you can always go back and change them.

The following sections will help you to create and organize course categories. It will also tell you how to put a course into several categories. Topics covered include:

  • Using course categories and the user experience
  • Creating courses
  • The course settings page
  • Manually enrolling teachers and students
  • Course completion
  • Conditional activities

Using course categories and the user experience

Every Moodle course belongs to only one course category. You can set up Moodle's Front Page to display course categories, categories ...

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