New Faculty Orientation New Faculty Orientation Moodle @ Cal Maritime http://moodle.csum.eduVersion 1.0
New Faculty Orientation Getting Started Create the Framework for Your Learning Course •Turn Editing on/off and change logged in View •Access course settings, configure course sections • Add, Remove and Configure Blocks Add Basic Course Material and Course Content •Learn about the Moodle File system •Prepare, Upload and Link Files ( Word docs, PDFs, PowerPoints ,Sound files, Video etc.) to your Moodle course •Link to External Web pages •Create and link to Moodle Directories •Create Moodle Text Pages and Web Pages •Create a Moodle BookVersion 1.0
New Faculty Orientation Taking it a Step Further •Make your Course Interactive Through Activities •Assignments •Choice •Questionnaire •Quizzes: Respondus/Native •Make your Course Social •Forums •Embed third-party tools and videoVersion 1.0
New Faculty OrientationTeacher Tools to Administer Your Course The Grade Book •Using the Built in Grade Book •Using in Conjunction with Microsoft ExcelVersion 1.0
New Faculty Orientation Login • Log on to the Cal Maritime Portal: Go to www.csum.edu and select “sign in” at the top. You will see a link for Moodle • Use Firefox or Internet Explorer 8 or above for best results • Alternatively, you can go directly to Moodle by typing in http://moodle.csum.edu • For Username and Password use CMA network id and passwordVersion 1.0
New Faculty OrientationWhen Logged in you will see Front Page• A List your assigned courses for the current semester. • Click on hyperlinked Course name to access actual course.• Use Search courses box to search for courses• Select All courses button at the bottom to see all courses Version 1.0
New Faculty Orientation Support & Training Moodle on www.csum.edu http://www.csum.edu/web/faculty-and-staff/moodle CSU QuickGuides: Searchable database of How-to’s https://quickguides.calstate.edu/maritime •Lynda.com Video Tutorials (via CMA Network only) http://seir.calstate.edu/protected/moodle/ •Moodle.org- Official Moodle Support Documents •Comprehensive list and step-by-steps of All Moodle functions http://www1.umn.edu/moodle/instructor/guides/index.html •Greg Crum: firstname.lastname@example.org 707 654 1046Version 1.0
New Faculty Orientation Using Moodle Using Moodle: Teaching with the Popular Open Source Course Management System •On Campus Hard Copy available •Free PDF Download at http://download.moodle.org/docs/en/using_moodle_2e.zip Editor’s Descriptions: Using Moodle is a comprehensive, hands-on guide, with plenty of examples, screenshots, best practices and suggestions for using Moodle tools effectively -- and creatively. Authored by members of the Moodle communityVersion 1.0
New Faculty Orientation Moodle 1.9: E-Learning Course Development Moodle 1.9: E-Learning Course Development: A complete guide to successful learning using Moodle 1.9 •On Campus Hard Copy available •Online Read (CMA Network Only): http://proquest.safaribooksonline.com/9781847193537 Editor’s Descriptions: A complete guide to successful learning using Moodle, focused on course development and delivery and using the best educational practices.Version 1.0
New Faculty Orientation Moodle 1.9 Teaching Techniques Moodle 1.9 Teaching Techniques •On Campus Hard Copy available •Online Read (CMA Network Only): http://proquest.safaribooksonline.com/9781849510066 Editor’s Description: •Creative ways to build powerful and effective online courses •Motivate students from all backgrounds, generations, and learning styles •When and how to apply the different learning solutions with workarounds, providing alternative solutions •Easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions with screenshots and examples for Moodles powerful featuresVersion 1.0
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