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In this course, author Chris Mattia explores Moodle's rich learning environment and helps students successfully navigate a typical Moodle course. Serving as a reference guide, the course provides instruction on key Moodle functions, such as posting materials to student's blog, participating in live chats with other students, completing assignments online, accessing grades and instructor feedback, and more.
Well, that brings us to the end of Moodle 2 Essential Training for Students. Throughout this title we've learned how to customize our profile, set up our password, contribute content to our built-in blog, and manage a lot of resources inside of our courses. We've looked at how to download files, how to complete assignments, participate in a class wiki, and even how to take an online exam, and keep track of our grades. We've also learned how to use our Private files section to be able to upload files and maintain them throughout all of our Moodle courses.
I hope you've had as much fun learning about Moodle as I've had making this title and until the next time, I am Chris Mattia.
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