The new GDPR, or the General Data Protection Regulation, changed the ways that companies must protect and provide online data to users. In this video, learn about some of the ways that Moodle has adapted to GDPR guidelines.
- [Instructor] The General Data Protection Regulation, … or the GDPR, is a privacy law in the European Union … which went into effect in May of 2018. … The law aims to give control … to users over their personal data. … The GDPR imposes new rules on companies, … government agencies, nonprofits, … and other organizations that offer goods and services … to people in the European Union, … or that collect and analyze data tied to them. … With the release of Moodle 3.5, … Moodle has updated the platform, allowing GDPR compliance … with features such as the ability to set up age checks, … where digital age of consent can be enabled, … user agreements outlining how information will be used, … which users must agree to before using the site, … and also managing data requests and data deletions, … allowing users to request their data … or request that their data is deleted. … Inside of your profile, you'll now see a privacy … and policy section, if it's been enabled … by your administrator, here you can see that …
- Setting up an instructor profile
- Creating a course
- Adjusting course settings
- Posting announcements
- Adding resources and activities
- Managing files and URLs
- Adding assignments
- Creating a quiz
- Enrolling students in a course
- Chatting and sending messages
- Setting up a gradebook
- Viewing gradebook reports
Skill Level Beginner
1. Learning Management Systems (LMS)
2. Get Started with Moodle 3.7
3. Create a Course in Moodle 3.7
4. Course Resources
5. Course Activities
6. Manage Course Participants
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