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Navigation in Moodle is supported by a number of features including:
  1. Home: When you log in you will see the Home page which shows courses you are enrolled on in a list.
  2. Events: The Events calendar can display site, course, group, user and category events in addition to assignment and quiz deadlines, chat times and other course events. The calendar can display site, course, group, user and - new in 3.4 - category events in addition to assignment and quiz deadlines, chat times and other course events. Note the colour coding on the screenshot below.
  3. My Courses: The Courses block lists and allows navigation between all of the courses in which the logged in user is enrolled in. The block title shows as "My courses" and allows one-click access to a course's home page.
  4. Help Pages: Access Student and Staff support services for Moodle, Lecturecast, Turnitin and Moodle FAQ's.
  5. Services: Access to UCL internal and external services and systems,
  6. Guest Login: This function is used if your course has Guest Login enabled. More information can be located at https://wiki.ucl.ac.uk/x/xA9HAQ 
  7. View Options: To maximise your screen, there are two options.
    1. You can click on the Hide blocks button to hide your blocks.
    2. To enter the full screen, please click on Full Screen.
  8. Timeline: The course overview block enables students to check their course progress and view upcoming deadlines. It allows teachers to easily see activities needing grading.
  9. Legacy Moodle. Are you missing any courses that you have already completed, this Block allows you to navigate you to to the Legacy Moodle 1718.
  10. Search Courses: Allows you search for courses and find out the names of the Course Administrator(s) and Tutor(s) will appear under the title of the course.

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