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Moodle 2.0 for Business Beginner's Guide by Jason Cole, Jeanne Cole, Gavin Henrick

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Time for action - creating the assignment

Collecting resumes or CVs is the first step in recruiting new employees. Moodle can be used to collect resumes from potential new candidates for an open position. In this example, we will use the Upload a single file Assignment type in our Moodle Course to enable users to submit applications.

  1. Log into Moodle as the Moodle admin and create a course on your test Moodle site by following the course creation instructions in Chapter 1, Getting Started with Moodle. For our example, I've entitled the course, Available Position. When you create the course, select the Topics format from the course settings.
  2. Go into the course created for the new position and turn editing on.
  3. We'll start by creating a label for section ...

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