Join George Papazian for an in-depth discussion in this video Differentiating administrator, teacher, and student views, part of Moodle Administration Essential Training.
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- In a typical week, Moodle is used by at least…three main types of users,…administrators, teachers, and students.…Let's browse Moodle with these distinct perspectives,…so we can differentiate between them.…When we enter the Moodle dashboard for the first time,…we're looking at the administrative view,…and here it is again.…But as an administrator,…you have the top level permissions,…so you can double as a teacher as well,…and even as a student.…Let's look at what those other two views would be like.…To get a more authentic perspective though,…why don't we actually log in as a student.…
I mentioned in a previous video,…that we can gain different user perspectives…by logging into the Mount Orange School…demo site as the type of user role we want.…And I showed you how to enter…as any user.…So I'll go ahead and log in as a student now.…Username is student,…and the password is moodle,…all lower case.…I'm gonna save the password again…so I don't need to keep retyping it in.…Students mostly browse Moodle…using the Navigation block.…
- Configuring your local server with XAMPP or LAMP
- Installing Moodle
- Connecting to the database
- Installing cron and automating cron jobs
- Creating views
- Changing primary settings
- Adding and managing users and cohorts
- Setting roles and permissions
- Creating and managing courses
- Applying themes
- Working with plugins
- Keeping your Moodle site secure
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1. Getting to Know Moodle
2. Setting Up Your Server
3. Installing Moodle
4. The Moodle Dashboard
5. Working with Users
6. Setting Permissions
7. Managing Courses
8. Setting Up a Grading System
9. Customizing the Look of Moodle
10. Working with Plugins
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