Discover how to use Moodle to create compelling online courses.
- [Oliver] Hi, I'm Oliver Schinkten, and thank you for joining me in this course on Moodle 3.2. In this video series I'll explore the features and functions of the learning management system, Moodle, by creating a Concepts of Biology course with an online component, including some of the features that are new to Moodle 3.2. We'll be creating a course in which students can access resources, submit assignments, take assessments, join online discussions, and more, all while learning essential digital literacy skills. We'll explore how to start with a blank core shell and then customize it for our specific course by adjusting the look and layout as well as adding resources and activities.
We'll also look at some best practices to help you get the most from an online learning management system. Let's go ahead and dive into this course on Moodle 3.2.
- Downloading and installing Moodle
- New features in Moodle 3.2
- Navigating a Moodle course
- Customizing your profile and notification settings
- Using inline help
- Creating a course
- Adding resources to course sections
- Using labels
- Customizing the look and layout of your course
- Adding assignments, quizzes, forums, and surveys
- Managing course participants
- Setting up the Moodle gradebook
- Saving a backup of your course
Skill Level Beginner
1. Learning Management Systems (LMS) Introduction
Download and install Moodle1m 35s
2. Getting Started with Moodle 3.2
3. Creating a Course in Moodle 3.2
4. Course Resources
5. Course Activities
6. Managing Course Participants
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