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Moodle Tutorials

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    Moodle Tutorials Moodle Tutorials Presentation Transcript

    • A Free Open Source Course Management System Tutorials for StudyZone By Coach Carole
    • Moodle is a free software e-learning platform (also known as a Course Management System (CMS), or Learning Management System (LMS), or Virtual Learning Environment (VLE)). Acronym for: M odular O bject- O riented D ynamic L earning E nvironment What is Moodle?
    • Moodle was created in 1999 by Martin Dougiamas , a WebCT administrator at Curtin University, Australia. What is Moodle?
    • Moodle is used in 208 countries in 75 languages. Who uses Moodle?
    • DST 101
      • Moodle can easily be used to:
      • Create, deliver and manage web-based content for courses.
      • Add online elements to traditional courses (to supplement current in-class instruction).
      • Facilitate and deliver completely online courses asynchronously or with limited face-to-face interaction.
      What is Moodle?
      • Moodle can easily be used to:
      • Communicate , real-time and/or asynchronous collaboration and communication tools
      • Assess integrated quizzes and grade books
      • Manage course/content : upload course materials (audio, video, documents like .doc, .pdf, .ppt files), link to other sites, embed files and resources
      What is Moodle?
      • Moodle can easily be used to:
      • Attach files for students to download
      • Link to resources anywhere on the internet
      • Create interesting classroom environments without learning HTML
      • Easily manage your course from year to year (never lose your work!)
      What is Moodle?
      • Moodle can easily be used to:
      • Continue your class discussions online
      • Chat online with students
      • Engage students in discussions forums
      • Help students collaborate over the internet , within their groups and within the classroom.
      What is Moodle?
      • No programming experience necessary
      • Engage all learning styles
      • Provide multiple methods for learning the same material
      • Decrease paperwork ( green solution!)
      • Engage digital natives where they learn best
      What are the benefits?
      • There are 2 ways you can start using Moodle:
      • Using it via web:
      • http://www.studyzone.net
      • Or
      • 2. Installing it on your computer
      • (this way you can use it offline too!)
      • http://download.moodle.org/
      • Windows, Linux and Mac OS
      How do I start?
    • Practical Moodle
    • Starting with Moodle Go to: http://www.studyzone.net Login: Select General Resources: Select Hume Sandpit:
    • The Sandpit
    • Moodle components Admin Updates Content Topics or Weeks
    • Editing with Moodle
    • Editing mode on Note the extra icons, resources & activities
    • Editing a topic block Show only this topic Highlight this topic as the current topic Hide this topic from students Move Topic Down Editing with Moodle
    • Adding a Resource into a Topic Starting with Moodle
    • Adding an Activity into a Topic Starting with Moodle
    • Admin Panel Starting with Moodle
    • Books on Moodle
    • Books on Moodle
    • Books on Moodle Free Moodle book: “ Using Moodle” http://docs.moodle.org/en/Using_Moodle_book
    • Presentation online This presentation can be downloaded at: http://www.slideshare.net
    • Questions E-mail: [email_address] Ph: 0260 208337 Mob: 0414 532 785