The introduction section of your course is a great place for a course syllabus, survey, or welcome video. In this video, learn how to create and customize the introduction section for your Moodle course.
- [Instructor] In the previous video, … we took a look at how to set up and title … the different sections or units for our course. … You'll notice that, above the first unit here, … which is titled Structure and Function, … I have an additional section. … Right now it doesn't have a title. … This will be the introduction section … or the section that your students see … when they first log in to this page. … Let's take a look at how we can customize this. … First, over on the right-hand side, … I'm going to click Edit and then Edit section. … And I first want to give it a name. … Now in order to give it a name, rather than General, … I have to click on Custom up here, … and then I'm going to type in Welcome to Biology 101. … I think it's a good idea to include the title … of the course here, along with an image … that students can familiarize themselves with, … as well as a description of the course. … Now I'm going to go ahead and add the other two. … In here, for this Summary section, …
- 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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