Join Mary Cooch for an in-depth discussion in this video Blogging, part of Moodle 2.5 Essential Training.
Blogging is a good way of reflecting on your progress through a course.…Moodle has a blog which is attached to a user's…profile, and blog entries can be either private or public.…It's also possible to add a block, which makes…it easy to locate blog entries about our course.…In this video, we'll add that Blog menu block…to our course, and explore blogs and blog entries.…So in our course, we need to have the editing turned on,…which we've done either by clicking the button…top right or the link in the administration block.…
And then we scroll down to the Add a…Block section and from the drop-down choose Blog menu.…When the page refreshes, we will see the Block…menu blocked at the bottom as it appears by default…remembering that we can click on the block, and…move it to the more accessible location if we want.…We can search for entries,…we can view all of the entries our students have made in…this course, we can view our own entries had we made any.…Or you could click a link to add an entry about this course.…
- Choosing your course layout
- Using the calendar and managing events
- Uploading course materials
- Giving instructions to your students
- Enrolling students
- Creating a discussion forum
- Setting up assignments
- Grading assignments
- Adding quizzes
- Evaluating your courses
- Tracking course completion
- Backing up and restoring courses
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Getting Started
2. Managing Events
3. Presenting Your Course Materials
4. Getting Your Students on Board
5. Fostering Collaboration
8. Building Self-Marking Quizzes
9. Evaluating Your Course
10. Tracking Progress
11. Course Management
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