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Moodle is one of the most popular learning management systems for corporate and educational use. This course will help you create engaging online courses for business, K–12, and even college settings and get your students excited about learning. Aaron Quigley first gets you up to speed with the new features in Moodle 2.6, and then builds a digital classroom from the ground up, starting with a paper syllabus. Learn how to customize Moodle's appearance and your preferences, structure a course, add content and students, create online quizzes, manage your gradebooks, and more.
Hello, I'm Aaron Quigley and welcome to Moodle 2.6 Essential Training. Throughout this course we will explore the new features of Moodle 2.6. And then build a course from the ground up. Starting with a paper syllabus. And ending with a digital classroom. Exploring each step along the way with tips and tricks to help make your digital classroom a success. This course will be appropriate for anyone looking to use Moodle as a learning management system including corporate trainers, professors, and even K-12 educators.
We will explore setting our personal preferences once logged in, and then dive into ways to structure a course and add content. We will look at how to create online quizzes, manage the grade book, and even a few advanced techniques so that you can get the most out of using Moodle.
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