The Signup Sheet tool creates an online equivalent of a paper sign up sheet - use for any student signup.
This refers to Moodle 3.6 from July 2019 onward
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The Signup Sheet creates an online equivalent of a paper sign up sheet. It can be used to allow students to book special events, placements, essay titles, field trips, careers interviews or anything at all that uses a sign-up sheet.
The Signup Sheet is an activity that you can add to your Moodle module.
The Adding a new Signup Sheet page will then load.
You will now see the signup sheet added to the bottom of your chosen module section
Once you've created your signup sheet you then need to create the sign-up slots available for your students to book.
NOTE: The SignUp Sheet can be used to sign up for anything, not just time slots, e.g., placement choice.
The settings page appears. From here you can add, edit, export or delete existing sign-up lists.
To create a new (or add to an existing) sign-up list connected to this tutorial
You are now in the New Time Slot page.
You should now see the newly-created time slot listed on your Time Slot Management page underneath your Signup Sheet, similar to below.
You can create additional time slots using both of the following methods:
The time slots you have created should all sit inside your SignUp Sheet.
When you have created at least two time slots cross-arrows will appear beside the slot title. These allow you to change the order of the slots on the page (e.g., if you want to have them in chronological order).
If you elected to lock theSignup Sheet activity, you can unlock it from this screen too by clicking on Lock/Unlock Signup Sheet
Or, If you have hidden it, you can reveal it using its Edit link on the module's main page.
Once students have signed up to this time slot you can print off the register (as alphabetical list or by order of signing up) or email the group.