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Welcome To Moodle 1.9


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Introduction to Moodle 1.9 at the University of Bath, focussing on the key new features and enhancements from Moodle 1.5.

Introduction to Moodle 1.9 at the University of Bath, focussing on the key new features and enhancements from Moodle 1.5.

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  • 1. [ ● ● +44 (0)1225 384 392 ] Welcome to Moodle 1.9 Roger Gardner ● Nitin Parmar Learning Technologists NEW VERSION – LAUNCHING SUMMER 2008
  • 2. 2 What is Moodle?
    • A free, open source Virtual Learning Environment (VLE)
    • Launched at the University of Bath at the beginning of the 2006/07 academic year
    • Will be upgraded to version 1.9 during summer 2008
  • 3. 3 How will this affect me?
    • All existing Moodle courses will be migrated over to the new version.
    • Content of most courses will remain unaffected by the change.
    • Moodle will be unavailable between 7 - 9 June .
    • Improved functionality and new features.
    • Changes to the look and feel.
    • Support and training for Moodle 1.9 will be provided to all staff
  • 4. 4 New Features [1]
    • Social networking functionality. User profiles can include tags, which allow you to connect with others with similar interests
    • User-based blogs , a form of online journal, usually organized as a chronological series of posts.
  • 5. 5 New Features [2]
    • Expected [Learning] Outcomes can be linked to particular courses or activities.
    • Students can submit multiple files in the Assignment module, and teachers can upload response files.
    • Enhancement of the Gradebook, including more reporting options, clearer display of data and more extensive export capabilities.
  • 6. 6 New Features [3]
    • The Database module, which allows building of a structured and searchable bank of record entries about a topic, using images, files, URLs.
    • Roles have been introduced, which allow permissions to be assigned in different contexts.
  • 7. 7 Key Enhancements [1]
    • Improved accessibility of the interface.
    • An improved Wiki , allowing for better simultaneous editing.
    • Backup and Restore functionality has been extended to allow for more granular copying of activities between courses or for external backup.
  • 8. 8
    • Students can be members of more than one group within a Moodle course.
    • Within a course groups can be clustered in groupings.
    • Resources can be assigned to Groupings.
    Key Enhancements [2] - Groups
  • 9.
    • Easier management of questions
    • Feedback options have been extended
    • Better functionality for sharing questions 8 Key Enhancements [3] - Quiz
  • 10. 9
    • Synchronisation of student data with SAMIS has been streamlined.
    • The current "Get Students" tool for managing SAMIS cohorts in Moodle has been extended and improved.
    Key Enhancements [4] - SAMIS
  • 11. 10
    • Try out Moodle 1.9 in the sandbox (test installation).
    • Consider development of new activities (which can be copied from the sandbox to the live version, when it is available in June).
    • Attend “What’s New in Moodle 1.9” hands on workshop, or other courses as appropriate.
    Next Steps…
  • 12. 11 Questions?
    • For further advice and support , please contact the e-Learning team.
      • [email_address]
      • 01225 384 392