When creating a course on the Moodle platform, you must first begin with a blank course shell. In this video, learn how your Moodle course is organized and where to find the blank course shell.
- [Instructor] Now that we've customized … our Moodle profile and settings, … we're ready to begin building out a course. … In this chapter, we're going to take a look … at how to start creating your course, … including how to customize the layout, … adjust the settings, add content, and more. … Now, in the beginning, you'll start out … with a blank course shell. … Here are the courses that I was assigned … as the teacher role by my administrator. … So I have biology, communication fundamentals, and ecology. … I'm going to go ahead and click on one of these courses. … And this is that biology course. … To start out, it's an empty shell. … Eventually, this will be the course dashboard … that students will see when they join the course. … So we'll want to make sure that we get it set up … the way that we'd like it to appear. … I want to mention again that your site administrator … has likely created a default course shell … that may look different than this one. … If that's the case, the things we do in this course …
- 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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