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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 - unzipping and uploading

Now we have to get the module into our Moodle. You will need to have FTP access to your Moodle site to install the module. If you don't have access, talk to your host who looks after the site for you, or your IT department as required.

  1. Unzip the module download file using your available application. This should create a folder called adobeconnect. Inside this folder there are more folders, and lots of files which make up the module.
  2. Using your FTP client, connect to your Moodle site host server (I use WinSCP for Windows).
  3. Using your FTP client, browse to the mod folder inside your Moodle installation.
  4. Select your adobeconnect folder (not just the files) and upload this to the mod folder. You should now see ...

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