“Teaching With Moodle” MOOC entered in the last week – Week 4 #LearnMoodle

August 29th, 2016

Current edition of the “Teaching with Moodle” MOOC (#LearnMoodle MOOC)course has entered into the last and final week- 4. The total number of participants in this edition of the MOOC has reached to a new height of 5994 which is very close to our expected value before the course was started. Read More

Teaching with Moodle into Week -3! With focus on Making the Grade #learnMoodle

August 22nd, 2016

The current edition of the official Learn Moodle MOOC i.e. Teaching with Moodle has now crossed its halfway mark and entered into the 3rd week. The popularity of the course has gone beyond leaps and bounds with more than 5700 participants from all over the globe. Read More

#LearnMoodle – Teaching with Moodle Week 2 kicks off with theme “Getting Involved”

August 16th, 2016

Teaching with Moodle MOOC also known as Learn Moodle MOOC has entered into the second week with more than 5.3 k participants (to be specific 5395 as on date)  from all over the world. The main theme for the second week will be “Getting Involved”. Read More

Moodle Beginners – Check out these Learn Moodle 3.1 videos #LearnMoodle

August 8th, 2016

New version of the Learn Moodle MOOC is started yesterday with more than 4.5k participants from allover the world. If you are still not registered for the MOOC course then you can register yourself here now. Read More

Tighten your seat belts – Next Learn Moodle MOOC starting this Sunday, 07th August #Moodle

August 2nd, 2016

The next edition of the Learn Moodle MOOC will commence from the upcoming Sunday, 07th August. The MOOC course is the best opportunity for all the new Moodle users around the world to Learn, Discuss, Share their ideas with other Moodle users around the world. Read More

#LearnMoodle MOOC – Teaching with Moodle concluded with more than 5.5k participants

February 17th, 2016

#LearnMoodle MOOC, the official activity based course run by Moodle HQ for newbie teachers is concluded with a grand participation by more than 5.5k participants all over the globe.

The course teaching with Moodle runs for four weeks from 17 January 2016 to 13 February 2016. The course is now in the read only mode means you can actively participate in the course activities however you can access the course resources anytime. Read More

Learn Moodle 3.0 – Videos from the #LearnMoodle MOOC

January 20th, 2016

Teaching with Moodle, the course of the Learn Moodle MOOC which is just started by Moodle HQ for 2016 is getting a lot of participants from all over the world. Within just 4 days the introduction forum has got more than 4.3k posts which is a huge number to start the course. Read More

Next Learn Moodle MOOC starting this Sunday with dedicated Mobile App #LearnMoodle #Moodle

January 13th, 2016

Next course of Learn Moodle MOOC – Teaching with Moodle is going to start by this Sunday 17 January. The course will run for 4 weeks and is open for registration now. You can sign up for the course and introduce yourself to the other participants.

In the last edition of the Learn Moodle MOOC there were more than 4k participants from all over the world and this time it is supposed to have more than 6k participants. Read More

Registrations open for Learn Moodle MOOC starting Jan 17, 2016 #LearnMoodle

November 30th, 2015

Registrations are open for the next Learn Moodle MOOC starting from Jan 17, 2016. Learn Moodle MOOC is a free moodle course “Teaching with Moodle: An introduction” and is designed for anybody who wants to use the Moodle learning platform for teaching.

In the last Learn Moodle MOOC, there were more than 4k participants from all over the world and this time even more number of participants in expected. Read More

Teaching with MoodleMOOC August 2015 – Feedback and Actions

September 19th, 2015

Reflections from the participants comments submitted during “Teaching with Moodle” MOOC, which was just completed in the month of August 2015 successfully, are published on Moodle forums by Mary Cooch.

Here are some reflections based on participant comments as mentioned in the original forum thread: Read More