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Alden High School Social Studies
COOL TOOLS PRESENTATION
Cool Web 2.0 teacher tools
Digital Wave Presentation Comments
High School Online Learning...
Podcasting and Screencasting Resources
Student Learning Tools
TCP Network Podcast
Teacher Podcasting- Turning the iPod into a teaching tool!
TEACHER PORTFOLIO OF COOL TOOLS
Add "All Pages"
Moodle Mania!- Add your "How To" Info here!
We love Moodle
FAQ FOR SITE ADMINSTRATORS
INSTALLATION, CREATION and GENERAL ADMIN QUESTIONS
1. Q: How do I increase file size for upload and posting? (These instructions work when you have a site hosted on a site like Bluehost)
1. Open the php.ini file provided by bluehost and change the post_max_size and the
_max_filesize to the value you want. So, to increase the maximum to 50 meg, they would need to be like this:
upload_max_filesize = 50M post_max_size = 50M Don't change anything else and save the changes.
2. Leave this in your public_html root and also copy it to the following locations...this is assuming Moodle is installed in a directory called moodle: -- moodle/admin -- moodle/course -- moodle/files
3. Also, copy this to the root of your moodledata directory. Now, log into Moodle and go to Site Administration/Security/Site policies and change the "Maximum uploaded file size" to either "
Limit" or your new max limit and save.
Just write this down somewhere so when/if you upgrade you can add php.ini back to the appropriate directories.
Thanks to Steve for these great instructions! They worked for us! :)
FAQ FOR COURSE CREATORS AND TEACHERS
COURSE AND MODULE CREATION AND MONITORING
help on how to format text
Turn off "Getting Started"