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Sample Powerpoint for Moodle Training at LATTC Spring 2009

Sample Powerpoint for Moodle Training at LATTC Spring 2009



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  • Online Orientation Spring 2009 By Linda Delzeit-McIntyre
  • Important Details to Write Down
    • Campus Web Site:
    • Moodle Site:
      • Online Coordinator: Linda Delzeit-McIntyre
    • Assistant: Dana Dugan
      • 213-763-3733
      • [email_address] / [email_address]
      • Office: L-270
    • Spring term begins Monday, Feb. 9 and ends Friday, June 8.
  • Adding “Closed” Online Classes
    • Use email ID in SIS (update it)
    • Send email to Instructor requesting add
    • Instructor forwards to Registration
    • Registration adds ONLY IF:
      • Same email ID as in SIS
      • No holds or missing Pre-Req
    • Registration emails instructor & student
    • Alternative: get email approval by instructor to add and forward to online office: [email_address] and a add permit will be taken to the A&R for you.
  • What is Expected of Students
    • Students Expected to visit class home page .
    • Students expected to know how to use Student Information System and to know PIN.
    • Students need to have current email id in Student Information System.
    • Students expected to use campus email .
    • Students expected to drop themselves.
    • Students expected to do work each week as assigned.
  • What Student Should Expect
    • Students should expect instructor to respond each week with grading, directions or other feedback.
    • Students should expect a syllabus and assignments to be open.
    • Students should expect their accounts to be created within 48 hours of signing up.
  • If You Have Problems
    • Contact your instructor
      • Report errors, issues inside the class
    • Contact Online Coordinator
      • If you can’t get into class, problems with accounts or instructor.
    • Contact the Dept. chair
      • If the instructor appears to be “absent.”
  • Using Moodle - General
    • Allow Pop-ups – turn off the blocker
    • Allow Cookies
    • Directions for the above are available in technology resources web page
    • No spaces in file names if you plan to upload a file.
    • Convert all word processing files to .doc or .rtf
  • Safety Concerns
    • Never give out personal contact information.
    • Never meet a class mate at a resident. Always meet in a public location and take a friend the first time.
    • Report any uncomfortable contact or discourteous communication.
  • Online Student Services
    • Live Chat – Registration, Counseling, and Transfer Center
    • Online Writing Center assistance
    • Online Academic Advising services
    • Must use campus email for services
  • Using Moodle
    • Logging in – (Add to favorites)
      • ID = student ID number
      • Password = SAME PIN as for SIS (begins Feb. 7)
    • Lost PIN for SIS – steps to resolving forgotten PIN
    • Editing Your Profile (see handout)
    • General features of virtual classroom
    • Assignments Online
    • Assignments Upload
    • Message Center
    • Forums
    • Quizzes
  • Campus Email
    • Set up nickname and accept district user policy
    • Accept Google User Policy
    • Email account set up #1 – set nickname for receiving emails.
    • Email account set up #2 – set nickname for sending emails.
  • Google Docs for Class Work
    • Google docs can be used for group projects.
    • Google docs can be used for Online Writing Center tutoring