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  • How do I organize forums and topics?
    Select the Forums tool from the Tool Menu of your site Select the Organize button Select the appropriate number next to the Forum or Topic The numeric pull down menu allows for reordering the Forum Topic or both Select the

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  • How do I add a new topic?
    the use of Rich Text Editor Add attachments If desired there is an option to upload attachments Create personalized settings Zoom This section allows for the personalization of topic settings in terms of visibility availability and grading Select from topic posting options The Topic Posting option regulates where the topic is locked from topic postings is moderated by the instructor and or if the user is required to read before posting to the topic Select level of availability Select if all read messages should be marked Select grading options Zoom This options allows for the particular Forum topic to be linked to Gradebook grading options will be regulated in Gradebook itself Moderate the permission level of roles Zoom This section allows the user to regulate the Permission Level of each user These options include Author Contributor None Nonediting Author Owner Reviewer and Custom Customize settings Zoom After selecting the Customize drop down arrow there are a wealth of settings that pertain to the level of permission each role has and the settings that are available to each corresponding role Please note that selecting a Permission Level noted in the last step will automatically check corresponding boxes There is only a

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  • How do I post to a forum?
    view any additional information provided by the site owner Select a topic within the forum This is an example of a forum topic If you would like to view more information about the topic you may click View Full Description to view any additional information provided by the site owner Click on the title of the topic to enter that topic Click Start a New Conversation This button is located

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  • How do I reply to a forum post (i.e. conversation)?
    conversation to reply to the first message in the conversation or thread Click the Reply link within the message itself to reply to the item you are currently viewing This is the option you want to use if you would like to reply to someone else s reply Compose your message Zoom The message you are replying to will be displayed at the top You can hide the message by

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  • How do I email a forum post author?
    does not use the internal Messages tool to send the message Go to Forums Select the Forums tool from Tool Menu in your site Choose a Forum This is an example of a Forum bolded and in the largest comparative font Click View Full Description to view more information about the Forum Select the Topic within the Forum This is an example of a Forum topic Click View Full Description

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  • How do I delete a forum post (i.e. conversation)?
    Forums tool from Tool Menu in your site Choose a topic within a forum Zoom Click on the title of the topic to enter the topic Select a conversation from list Zoom Click on the title of the conversation Click

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  • How do I moderate a topic?
    may read them Go to Forums Select the Forums tool from the Tool Menu in your site Click Topic Settings Click Topic Settings to moderate a particular Topic Check the box next to Moderate Topic Select the Moderate Topic option in the settings and then scroll down and click Save View Pending Messages Zoom All messages pending approval will display Pending highlighted in green next to the message Click on

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  • How do I grade discussion forums?
    with summary statistics for each user on number of posts authored read unread and percent read in the current topic You may sort the list by any of those columns by clicking on the column title if you choose Select the gradebook item where you would like to record the scores for this topic from the drop down menu in the upper right corner Once you select a gradebook item the screen will change to display a grade entry column where you may enter points Note If you already associated your Topic with a gradebook item then you do not need to complete this step You should have been taken directly to the grade entry screen View posts Zoom To view posts click on the author s name A pop up window will open showing the message s posted by that author Notice that the Word Count in each post is also shown Click the Close Window button to close the pop up window and return to the grade entry screen Enter points Zoom Enter points into the grade entry column Add Comments Zoom If you would like to add comments click on the Show Comments link to expand the

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