This course is relevant to anyone who will be using version 3.2 of the Moodle learning management system to teach a course. There are no prerequisites for this course.
- [Instructor] There are no prerequisites for this course. This course is for anyone who plans to use the Moodle learning management system. I'll be going over the basic features of Moodle to help you get your course up and running. However, we won't be covering all of Moodle's advanced features. It's also important to note that Moodle is an open source software that needs to be uploaded and installed on a server. This course will not cover these administrative features of Moodle. If this is something that you'd like to learn more about, I suggest checking out the course titled, "Moodle Administration Essential Training," which is in our library.
If at any point you have questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to me. My email address is email@example.com. Or connect with me on Twitter where my handle is @schink10.
- New features in Moodle 3.3
- Navigating a Moodle course
- Customizing your profile and navigation settings
- Creating a course in Moodle 3.3
- Adjusting course settings
- Adding resources to the different sections of your course
- Adding assignments, quizzes, forums, and surveys
- Managing course participants
Skill Level Beginner
Elearning Techniques: Visual Designwith Sally Cox1h 34m Intermediate
1. Learning Management Systems (LMS)
2. Get Started with Moodle 3.3
3. Create a Course in Moodle 3.3
4. Course Resources
5. Course Activities
6. Manage Course Participants
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