Activity 5: Learning about Moodle
Links to Moodle instructional resources.
|Site:||Canadian eLearning Network PD Program Site|
|Course:||Teaching and Learning Online|
|Book:||Activity 5: Learning about Moodle|
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|Date:||Sunday, 26 May 2019, 10:13 AM|
Table of contents
1. Introducing Moodle
Scroll through this book module to learn about Moodle, the learning management system used by teachers @KOOL. Use the arrows to navigate through the module. You can come back here as often as you like to review the "how to" instructions when you build your own Moodle course in the Sandbox.
2. What is Moodle?
Watch this brief video about Moodle if you are not familiar with the open source LMS.
3. About Moodle
Moodle (Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment) is the Learning management system (LMS) that presents courses for @KOOL. Although many of the courses have been already created, a solid understanding of what tools are in the course and are available is required to update and personalize the material.
There are many resources on the Internet discussing the capabilities of Moodle. The Moodle Community (http://moodle.org/) is the main site for discussing all things moodle. There is a specific area with documents and help links specific for teachers teaching with Moodle (http://docs.moodle.org/en/Teacher_documentation). Take a look and bookmark these sites for future use and reference.
The next few chapters in this Book Module provide you with a brief orientation and background on Moodle. Use this module, the links provided above, and others that you can find online such as the mylearningspace channel on YouTube to help you improve your Moodle skills.
4. Moodle Tutorials
- Check out the official Moodle channel on YouTube for information and tutorials.
- Use the following Moodle.org site to search for specific topics you need help or review with:
5. Building with Moodle
In the final module for the course there are video tutorials specific to the Moodle skills required to complete this course.