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  • 1. VLE Training Train 2 Gain - Staff Development http://www.moodle.org/ ~ Moodle.
  • 2. Moodle An acronym for  Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment, (originally the M stood for “Martin“ the developer). Software used to host the colleges VLE 
  • 3. Purpose of the session How & where to access the VLE  Edit/update personal profiles  Accessing a course area  Edit a course area  Understanding the file & folder structure  Zipping & Uploading Files & Folders  Linking to Files, website  Displaying a Directory (folder)  Downloading files  Forums 
  • 4. Accessing the VLE Campus access –  from the link on Internet explorer toolbar. Off Campus –  using the following URL http://vle.wigan-leigh.ac.uk/
  • 5. Logging in to your account
  • 6. Editing your personal profile Guide (Editing Your User Profile)
  • 7. Accessing a course area Divided up into Areas of Learning, Admin and Support areas.
  • 8. Accessing a course area Courses, at times require an enrolment key, the displayed page is shown below, the key is set by the tutor. When you have entered a course without an enrolment key it will ask you if you want to enrol on this course.
  • 9. Editing the course area
  • 10. Editing features Move (left, right, up & down  Update  Delete  Hide / unhide  Groups 
  • 11. Uploading Files & Folders Guide (Uploading Files & Folders)
  • 12. Linking to a file or website Guide (Linking to a file or website)
  • 13. Display a directory Guide (Display a directory)
  • 14. Downloading Files Downloading files, will enable you to access the resources links more efficiently, offers better printing options and is available for you to reference later. Options for saving a file:- Select the required document, select the Save option and then  the location/folder to store it in. Right click the required document, select Save Target As… 4. and then the location/folder to store it in.
  • 15. A developed course area
  • 16. Forums
  • 17. Questions?