CONTENT
• INTRODUCTION
• FEATURES
• What is moodle?
• What’s there in moodle?
• Course management features-
modules
• Lear...
Introducing...... Moodle!
• Moodle is an alternative to proprietary
commercial online learning solutions, and
is distribut...
Introduction
 Moodle is as interactive and helpful to teaching
and learning as you allow it to be.
 You have to think cr...
What Is Moodle??
• Moodle is an e-learning software.
• Modular
• Object
• Oriented
• Dynamic
• Learning
• Environment
Features of Moodle
 A teacher role has full control over all settings for a
course, including adding other teachers
 Stu...
Course Management Features
- Modules
Assignment
Used to assign online or offline tasks; learners can submit tasks in any f...
Course Management Features
- Modules
Forums
Threaded discussion boards for asynchronous group exchange on shared
subject m...
Course Management Features
- Modules
• Quiz
Create all the familiar forms of assessment including true-false, multiple cho...
Course Management Features
- Modules
Glossary
Create a glossary of terms used in a
course. Has display format options
incl...
Course Management Features
- ModulesResource
The primary tool for bringing content into a
course; may be plain text, uploa...
Learner Management
Features - Files
• Centrally locate all course resources within
the Files area of Moodle so they are
av...
Learner Management
Features - Help
• An extensive Moodle Help file is a button click away.
Courses include a Teacher only ...
Calendar and Events
• Keeping a calendar of events is important to both the learner and
course instructor.
• Global events...
Grades
• The Grades feature in Moodle provides a quick view of
all Forum, Assignment, Wiki and Quiz grades.
• The grading ...
Logs and Reports
• Track all activity of each Student
• Check IP
• Check how many Student get a resource
or an activity
Editing Mode
Advantages
 known as blended learning face-to-face courses
.
 Activity modules (such as fórums, data bases
and wikis)
 ...
Disadvantages
• Sophisticated assessment and grading capabilities.
• The ability to use a distributed administration model...
How to create Moodle?
• Install Wampserver
• Install Moodle 2.3.8 or 2.5.8
• Copy moodle folder in WWW folder in Wamp
fold...
 extract the moodle 2.5.1 and copy the files
from the folder.
 create a folder in C:>wamp>www and paste
the files in use...
After Installing Wamp server then
click on the quick launch icon of Wampserver
Then click on local host.
As shown in the p...
• Wampserver Homepage
• Do the required installation settings.
• Wamp server will check for any errors
;if any enable the required PHP setting
&...
Login page
• At first the moodle looks like this.
• We can create activities,quizes, chat
,assignment, events ..and lot many things
v...
• My Home Page
WHAT I LEARNT FROM
MOODLE
• I learnt that through Moodle we can actually create a
e-learning course through which we can a...
• You can create assignments like this.
• You can create chat application.
• You can create quiz module
• You can create D...
• Students learn from each other as well as the
teacher.
• Students learn better by doing.
• Allowing and creating opportu...
• Moodle„s slow cost, flexibility resources.
• Moodle is a fine example of how and why open source
Works.
• Enhance active...
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  1. 1. CONTENT • INTRODUCTION • FEATURES • What is moodle? • What’s there in moodle? • Course management features- modules • Learner Management Features • Advantages • Disadvantages • How to create a moodle. • How my moodle looks! And working. • What I learnt as Moodle course creator. • Conclusion
  2. 2. Introducing...... Moodle! • Moodle is an alternative to proprietary commercial online learning solutions, and is distributed free under open source licensing. An organization has complete access to the source code and can make changes if needed. Moodle‟s modular design makes it easy to create new courses, adding content that will engage learners.
  3. 3. Introduction  Moodle is as interactive and helpful to teaching and learning as you allow it to be.  You have to think creatively to allow it to be of full use to you and your students.  Let the Moodle Learning Management System be your 365/24/7 teaching and learning aid.  Request new Moodle courses from the VSR.
  4. 4. What Is Moodle?? • Moodle is an e-learning software. • Modular • Object • Oriented • Dynamic • Learning • Environment
  5. 5. Features of Moodle  A teacher role has full control over all settings for a course, including adding other teachers  Students log into Moodle and enroll themselves to a course  Choice of course formats such as by week, by topic or a discussion-focussed social format  Flexible array of course activities - Forums, Quizzes, Glossaries, Resources, Choices, Surveys, Assignments, Chats, Workshops  Recent changes to the course since the last login can be displayed on the course home page - helps give sense of community  Most text entry areas (resources, forum postings etc.) can be edited using an embedded editor
  6. 6. Course Management Features - Modules Assignment Used to assign online or offline tasks; learners can submit tasks in any file format (e.g. MS Office, PDF, image, a/v etc.). Chat Allows real-time synchronous communication by learners. Choice Instructors create a question and a number of choices for learners; results are posted for learners to view. Use this module to do quick surveys on subject matter. Dialogue Allows for one-to-one asynchronous message exchange between instructor and learner, or learner to learner.
  7. 7. Course Management Features - Modules Forums Threaded discussion boards for asynchronous group exchange on shared subject matter. Participation in forums can be an integral part of the learning experience, helping students define and evolve their understanding of subject matter.
  8. 8. Course Management Features - Modules • Quiz Create all the familiar forms of assessment including true-false, multiple choice, short answer, matching question, random questions, numerical questions, embedded answer questions with descriptive text and graphics.
  9. 9. Course Management Features - Modules Glossary Create a glossary of terms used in a course. Has display format options including entry list, encyclopaedia, FAQ, dictionary style and more. Journal Learners reflect, record and revise ideas. Label Add descriptions with images in any area of the course homepage. Lesson Allows instructor to create and manage a set of linked "Pages". Each page can end with a question. The student chooses one answer from a set of answers and either goes forward, backward or stays in the same place in the lesson.
  10. 10. Course Management Features - ModulesResource The primary tool for bringing content into a course; may be plain text, uploaded files, links to the web, Wiki or Rich Text (Moodle has built-in text editors) or a bibliography type reference. Survey This module aids an instructor in making online classes more effective by offering a variety of surveys (COLLES, ATTLS), including critical incident sampling. Workshop An activity for peer assessment of documents (Word, PP etc.) that students submit online. Participants can assess each other‟s project. Teacher makes final student assessment, and can control opening and closing periods.
  11. 11. Learner Management Features - Files • Centrally locate all course resources within the Files area of Moodle so they are available when creating new activities.
  12. 12. Learner Management Features - Help • An extensive Moodle Help file is a button click away. Courses include a Teacher only forum, where colleagues can collaborate on tasks and share ideas.
  13. 13. Calendar and Events • Keeping a calendar of events is important to both the learner and course instructor. • Global events that appear in all courses (admin) • Course events set by an instructor • Group events set by instructor relative only to a group • User events set by learner (e.g. due dates, personal etc.). • Upcoming Events appear on the course homepage, alerting the learner across all courses they are enrolled in of different category events. • Alerts are color-coded by category.
  14. 14. Grades • The Grades feature in Moodle provides a quick view of all Forum, Assignment, Wiki and Quiz grades. • The grading scale applied to a learner‟s submission is shown, along with a cumulative total, on a single page. • Grades can be downloaded in Excel or plain text for inclusion into an existing electronic grade book • Single page to grades and view all student enrolled • Choose a Grade Category for: • Assignments, Homework's, Projects • Rating in Forums • Literally Grades
  15. 15. Logs and Reports • Track all activity of each Student • Check IP • Check how many Student get a resource or an activity
  16. 16. Editing Mode
  17. 17. Advantages  known as blended learning face-to-face courses .  Activity modules (such as fórums, data bases and wikis)  Moodle as a way to deliver content to students (such as standard SCORM packages) and assess learning using assignments or quizzes.  Moodle is free to Down load and registration is voluntary
  18. 18. Disadvantages • Sophisticated assessment and grading capabilities. • The ability to use a distributed administration model to support multiple “schools” and “departments” • Jacob Williams: It has great support for working in any language, but it does not have great tools for managing content that is in multiple languages in parallel.
  19. 19. How to create Moodle? • Install Wampserver • Install Moodle 2.3.8 or 2.5.8 • Copy moodle folder in WWW folder in Wamp folder which is in Local disk C: • Copy msvcr100.dll file in System 32 in local disk C: - this task should be done if your computer is 64 bit.
  20. 20.  extract the moodle 2.5.1 and copy the files from the folder.  create a folder in C:>wamp>www and paste the files in user created folder.
  21. 21. After Installing Wamp server then click on the quick launch icon of Wampserver Then click on local host. As shown in the picture. •
  22. 22. • Wampserver Homepage
  23. 23. • Do the required installation settings. • Wamp server will check for any errors ;if any enable the required PHP setting & click continue. • Then fill the admin settings & click continue.
  24. 24. Login page
  25. 25. • At first the moodle looks like this. • We can create activities,quizes, chat ,assignment, events ..and lot many things very easily • By turning the editing on
  26. 26. • My Home Page
  27. 27. WHAT I LEARNT FROM MOODLE • I learnt that through Moodle we can actually create a e-learning course through which we can add lot many information, updates, lessons, interactive sessions, etc. online which is helpful for every student. • Even if he misses the class he/she can cop-up with the help of this. • It is also used in company's for interacting and helping the co-workers even at home to complete tasks, projects and lots of things • It makes the job of the user more easy hence its completely useful.
  28. 28. • You can create assignments like this. • You can create chat application. • You can create quiz module • You can create Database etc.
  29. 29. • Students learn from each other as well as the teacher. • Students learn better by doing. • Allowing and creating opportunities for all to have a voice promote the construction of new ideas. • For all these to be practised practically E- learning via features of moodle is the best option.
  30. 30. • Moodle„s slow cost, flexibility resources. • Moodle is a fine example of how and why open source Works. • Enhance active learning. Moodle's active discusión fórums, sharing tips, helping new users, and sharing resources • Parents can have Access to their students grades and be in contact with the teacher.
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