Join Mary Cooch for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Moodle 2.5 Essential Training.
We've come to the end now of our essential training course.…I hope you've enjoyed it.…And that you'll use what you've learned…to make engaging Moodle courses for your students.…Moodle is used in over 237 countries by over 73 million people worldwide.…And it's a great community, offering free help…and support which you can get to on moodle.org.…I'd really encourage you to go there, say hello and join…in and that's where you can find me as…one of my roles there is as community forum facilitator.…
There's also a commercial branch of Moodle which you can find on moodle.com.…If you ever need to pay for moodle services such…and hosting then moodle partners can assist you with this.…So, I wish you happy Moodling, and I hope to see you on the community forums.…
- 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 Appropriate for all
PowerPoint 2013 Essential Trainingwith Jess Stratton3h 18m Appropriate for all
Camtasia Studio 8 Essential Trainingwith Chris Mattia6h 19m Beginner
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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