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  • A Brief Look at Moodle
  • A Brief Look at Moodle Aim-To Use Moodle when “Preparing To Teach” Objectives State 3 Basic Principles Of Moodle. Perform the steps to Access Moodle Navigate through the Moodle interface. Open & Download Documents Within Moodle
  • What is Moodle ?
    • The word Moodle was originally an acronym for M odular O bject- O riented D ynamic L earning E nvironment, (which is mostly useful to programmers and education theorists!)
    • Moodle is a C ourse M anagement S ystem ( CMS ) –others include WebCT and Blackboard.
    • Moodle is free! It is copyrighted, but people are allowed to copy, use and modify Moodle provided that they agree to provide the source to others .
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  • Who’s Using Moodle ? 5/16/2006 [email_address] Who’s Using Moodle?
  • Its Popular – some statistics
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  • This is what Online Students See
  • Moodle Is Found By Googling Coleg Gwent !
  • And Logging On Using Your College Details
  • We Find The Preparing To Teach Area by Clicking Here Clicking Here Then Clicking Here & Clicking Here
  • Lets Explore
  • Moodle has a TON of online help!! 5/16/2006 [email_address]
  • What is teaching with Moodle like?
    • As the teacher you have full control over all settings for a course
    • Choice of formats for your course such as by week, by topic etc.
    • Course activities include Forums, Journals, Quizzes, Resources, Choices, Surveys, Assignments, Chats, and Workshops
    • Changes to the course since the last login can be displayed on the home page – (gives your students a sense of community)
    • Activity reports for each student available with graphs and details about each module (last access, number of times read) as well as each student’s involvement including postings, journal entries etc.
    • Mail is integrated : copies of forum posts, teacher feedback etc. can be mailed in HTML or plain text
    • You can define your own scales for grading forums, assignments and journals
    • Simple course creation!
  • A Brief Look at Moodle Its All Clear Now Lets See If You Understood Click Below.
  • A Brief Look at Moodle Aim-To Use Moodle when “Preparing To Teach” Objectives State 3 Basic Principles Of Moodle. Perform the steps to Access Moodle Navigate through the Moodle interface. Open & Download Documents Within Moodle
  • In Summary: