- 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
- [Oliver] Learning management systems have revolutionized the way that we're able to communicate, deliver content, and give feedback to our students. An LMS can help make you, as an instructor, more efficient by simplifying the grading process, streamlining record keeping, providing great communication tools, and by integrating digital resources. An LMS provides students with a digital platform, which they can access anywhere at any time. They can interact with online resources and activities, gain a voice through online discussions, and communicate and collaborate with classmates and the instructor.
Moodle is a powerful example of one of these learning management systems. I'm Oliver Schinkten, Staff Instructor at LinkedIn, and I'm excited to help you get your course up and running on the Moodle platform and introducing you to some of the neat features. I encourage you to join me and find out what Moodle can do for you, and it's even kinda fun to say: Moodle.
Advanced Moodle: Working with Themeswith Chris Mattia58m 17s Advanced
1. Learning Management Systems
2. Get Started with Moodle 3.5
3. Create a Course in Moodle 3.5
4. Course Resources
5. Course Activities
6. Manage Course Participants
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