This self-paced course is designed for faculty and course builders who are new to Moodle or Moodlerooms. Learn how to get started in Moodle and Moodlerooms by learning how to navigate in the system and use its basic functionality to build courses. This course focuses on skills for new Moodle users and includes topics such as using the Moodle file repository for managing files, using the HTML editor, updating of profile settings, and creating resources for a course. This course also covers how to use Moodle's activity completion and restrict access settings, add video to increase engagement, use communication tools, and use course management tools such as enrollment and course backups/restores. This course is not facilitated.
Upon completion of this training, participants will be able to navigate through a Moodle and Moodlerooms course; set up a course; use the Moodle file repository system; use the HTML editor to add content, format text, and add media; incorporate labels, files, URLs, pages, books, folders, and IMS content packages into a course; use conditional release and activity completion; communicate with students through Moodle; and use course management tools.
This self-paced course is designed for faculty, teachers, course builders, trainers, and site administrators who are new to Moodle/Moodlerooms, as well as those who are who are migrating from another Learning Management System and want to understand the core features of Moodle. It includes an overview of Moodle, how to navigate within it, how it may be customized, reviews the basic components of a Moodle course, introduces basic course design and course building information, and introduces course management information. This course is not facilitated.
This self-paced course is designed for faculty and course builders who have already mastered using common resources in Moodle and Moodlerooms 3 and are ready to start using activities, the gradebook, and Moodlerooms features. This course focuses on the most commonly used Moodle and Moodlerooms activities (Moodle Forums, Moodlerooms Forums, Assignments, Quizzes) and how to grade them using Moodle and Moodlerooms features. It is also designed for those who are migrating from another Learning Management System and want to learn how to leverage Moodle and Moodlerooms functionality in their courses. This course is facilitated by an instructor.
In this course, you'll learn how to configure the Moodle gradebook, create commonly used activities, the best practices to follow as you build your courses, how to grade, and how to use Moodlerooms features such as Streams and Alerts, Moodlerooms Gradebook, Moodlerooms Reports, and the Personalized Learning Designer (PLD). Upon completion of this training, you will be able to set up and manage the gradebook for your course; add assignments, forums, Moodlerooms forums, and quizzes to a course and grade them; use advanced grading methods (i.e., rubrics, marking guide, checklist) to grade Moodlerooms Forums and Assignments; grade with the Moodle graders and Moodlerooms Grader; create rules using the Personalized Learning Designer; run and filter Moodlerooms Reports to analyze course data, and stay up-to-date with course events and messages by selecting to receive various types of Moodlerooms Streams and Alerts.
This self-paced course is designed for faculty and course builders who have already mastered configuring the gradebook and using common resources and activities used to build courses in Moodle and Moodlerooms. Take your courses to the next level by learning the advanced features of Moodle and Moodlerooms. This course focuses on creating advanced activities in Moodle in order to add collaboration, increase interactivity, gain student feedback, and monitor progress. It also covers how to grade those activities, map Moodlerooms Outcomes to resources and activities, use select third-party plug-ins, configure groups and groupings, manage badges, and best practices. This course is not facilitated.
Upon completion of this training, you will be able to incorporate Glossary, Lesson, SCORM, Wiki, Workshop, and Database activities into your courses and grade them; identify the use cases for using Blackboard Collaborate in a classroom; add Chat activities to your courses; gather student feedback and opinions using the Choice, Survey, and Feedback activities; align outcome sets to a course; map outcomes to modules and mark them as complete or incomplete when evaluating each student's performance; use groups and groupings in your courses; create badges and award them to students; manage competencies, and utilize select third-party plug-ins such as Quickmail block, Attendance block, Class List block, Drag-and-drop Matching Quiz questions, Questionnaire, Lightbox Gallery, and Certificate.