Moodle 2.7 Students presentation by Blackboard #Moodle2.7

November 26th, 2015

Blackboard has published a concise guide to using Moodle for students based on Moodle 2.7. The presentation covers the basic overview of Moodle, accessing courses, navigating to a course, moodle tools, and resources.

The guide is a very good resource for students to introduce them to Moodle and meddling around Moodle. It covers all basics items of Moodle like editing profile, participating in forums, taking quizzes and assignment and participants in the Moodle course. Read More

Moodle 2.7 faculty presentation by BlackBoard #Moodle2.7

November 17th, 2015

BlackBoard has shared the Moodle 2 faculty presentation based on Moodle 2.7 on slideshare. The presentation is a very basic reference guide for teachers/faculty to have a basic understanding about Moodle.

The presentation covers the very basic aspects of Moodle like what is a course, what is an activity, course layout, introduction to various Moodle activities and then goes to advanced topics like rubrics, gradebook course management, assigning roles etc. Read More

#MoodleTraining Videos – Moodle Basics for faculty by Aurora University

September 10th, 2015

If you are looking for a simple and easy Moodle tutorials for your faculty to let them learn the basics of Moodle then this Videos playlist can be of great help to you. The videos created by Aurora University US are a great resource for new faculty members to learn about the basic usage of Moodle. Read More

YouTube Videos – Using Moodle – A Comprehensive Tutorial for Faculty

September 6th, 2015

For all the teachers who have just started teaching with Moodle, there is a online MOOC conducted by Moodle HQ twice a year which includes the best quality teaching materials from the Moodle experts.

There is another collection of videos created by Sali Kaceli, which are easy to follow full tutorials on Moodle intended primarily to be used by faculty. You can watch the videos collection here and below: Read More

Minimum Expectations in Moodle – Student Survey by York St John University

April 12th, 2015

York St John University conducted a survey among 100 students to share their thoughts around the use of Moodle in their Faculty.

The survey asked three questions to enable students to comment about the present use of Moodle and explain what they would like to see going forward in terms of minimum requirements.

The three questions were around:

  1. Minimum Expectations in Moodle
  2. Moodle Activities & Resources
  3. Stop-Start-Continue

To read the complete survey report check out this link:

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