type of settings in Moodle courses and activities which allow you to control
who has access to content and under what conditions. For example, you could
configure one activity to be available or visible only after the completion of
a pre-requisite activity.
Web Content Accessibility Guidelines are a series of guidelines used around the world which are published by the W3C for improving assisted and unassisted access to web content. This includes for those who experience visual, hearing, motor or cognitive impairments who may require the use of assistive technology such as screen reader. It can also benefit people with older or slower computers. In the USA, the standard for accessibility guidelines is called Section 508.
are learning activities that appear in a Moodle course. When editing a course,
you can add activities by clicking the Add
an activity or resource to choose an activity. Examples of activities
include things like an Assignment, Feedback, Forums, Chat, Glossary, Lesson,
Quiz, Wiki and Workshop.