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Using moodle lms + microsoft 365

Training presentation for senior management and faculty members teaching online.
Although customized to BellsTech, Theme structure is same across MOODLE and Microsoft 365 and can be used by educators in other institutions.

Training presentation for senior management and faculty members teaching online.
Although customized to BellsTech, Theme structure is same across MOODLE and Microsoft 365 and can be used by educators in other institutions.

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  1. 1. TRAINING ON MOODLE AND MICROSOFT 365 FOR EXTENDED MANAGEMENT & ALL TEACHING STAFF
  2. 2. CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION
  3. 3. DEFINITIONS What is Moodle? MOODLE is an acronym for "Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment." It is a course management system (CMS) – which is free and Open Source . It is an virtual education platform that enables educators to provide personalized learning environments for students. What is Microsoft 365 for Education? Office 365 Education are a set a tools provided by Microsoft for that are built for classroom management and student engagement. These tools allows Educators and Students to work online, on any device or web browser. They include Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and Microsoft Teams.
  4. 4. LOGOS
  5. 5. WHY USE MOODLE WITH OFFICE 365? A combination of Moodle and Office 365 provides a more coherent and synchronous experience for lecturers and students. Whilst the Moodle is a course management system that enables course management, assessment and evaluation , Office 365 tools like Microsoft Teams and OneNote helps to drive engagement and collaboration around courses in Moodle. Thereby enriching the teaching and learning experience.
  6. 6. Integrating both Office 365 and Moodle LMS means that Course content loaded on Moodle can be discussed in a synchronous setting using Microsoft Teams. Microsoft Teams provide for video, audio and text chat messaging; it enables lectures, discussions that scale from one-on-one chat to larger group conversation, and the option of focused content work. HOW DOES THIS WORK?
  7. 7. CHAPTER 2: LET’S GET STARTED ACCOUNT SET UP
  8. 8. SETTING UP MOODLE ACCOUNT To setup your Moodle account, follow the steps below: • Navigate to www.bellsuniversity.edu.ng/buodl • Scroll down to the bottom of the page to create a new account
  9. 9. • Complete the form by entering your preferred username, password and other information • Click create my new account
  10. 10. • A confirmation mail will be sent to the email address you have provided. Be sure to check your spam if you do not find it in your inbox. Click on the link provided in the mail to confirm account creation.
  11. 11. Microsoft 365 accounts are created by the IT admins as your account is institution-based. Once set, your login credentials are communicated internally per department. To sign in to your account, Moodle: navigate to www.bellsuniversity.edu.ng/buodl Microsoft 365: navigate to www.office.com Or Navigate to www.bellsuniversity.edu.ng/e-learning SETTING UP MICROSOFT 365 ACCOUNT
  12. 12. CHAPTER 3: COURSE MANAGEMENT COURSE RESOURCES & ACTIVITIES
  13. 13. Definitions • A Course Resource is an item published or presented by the lecturer to the students such as a file or a page. A course resource includes the following: a. page for loading lesson note, embedding videos b. file or folder or book for loading additional reading materials • A Course Activity is used to refer to something that promotes interaction between students and or a lecturer. For example, Forums or Quizzes. There are a number of activities already embedded into a course module to simulate the traditional learning system. Resources and Activities are added into course block using the Resources/Activity Chooser
  14. 14. Moodle provides a layout to break courses in sections which could be populated per topic-basis or weekly-basis. To edit course section, the following steps are necessary: 1. Turn editing on 2. Click the pencil icon to quickly rename the section 3. Click the Edit menu to edit the description and other settings. MOODLE COURSE LAYOUT
  15. 15. You can also move a course section by following the steps below: 1. Turn editing on 2. Click the up/down arrow or the crosshairs icon to move the section 3. Drag the section to where you want to position it and let go You can additional course sections by following the steps below: 1. Turn editing on 2. Click 'Add topics/weeks' underneath the bottom section 3. Select the number of extra sections you wish and press 'Add topics/weeks':
  16. 16. You can delete a course section by following the steps below: 1. Turn editing turned on, 2. click the 'Edit' link to the right of the course section you wish to delete and then, 3. from the menu that displays, click 'X Delete'. Please note that you will be prompted to confirm your wish to delete the section and its contents. Note that all activities inside the section and their user data will also be deleted. Use the Recycle bin to reverse this if you do it by mistake.
  17. 17. CHAPTER 4: HANDS-ON STEPS TO ADD RESOURCE OR ACTIVITY
  18. 18. To add your Lesson note 1. Turn editing on 2. Launch the activity or resource chooser from your preferred course section 3. Select Page under resource and click Add 4. Customize your general page setting by inputting the name of the lesson and description accordingly. 5. Next, select the word importer within the Content frame as shown below 6. Browse to the desired file and upload 7. Save and return to course
  19. 19. To embed your video 1. Turn editing on 2. Launch the activity or resource chooser from your preferred course section 3. Select Page under resource and click Add 4. Customize your general page setting by inputting the name of the lesson and description accordingly. 5. Next, Add YouTube link as shown below: The video will be embedded on the course section
  20. 20. To add a SCORM package 1. Turn editing on 2. Launch the activity or resource chooser from your preferred course section 3. Select Scorm package under activities and click Add 4. Customize your general page setting by inputting the name of the lesson and description accordingly. 5. Next, upload your SCORM package 6. Save and return to course
  21. 21. To add other reading materials 1. Turn editing on 2. Launch the activity or resource chooser from your preferred course section 3. Select the desired option under resource section of the activity chooser and click Add 4. Customize your general page setting by inputting the name of the lesson and description accordingly. 5. Next, upload your SCORM package 6. Save and return to course
  22. 22. To add assignment 1. Turn editing on 2. Launch the activity or resource chooser from your preferred course section 3. Select Assignment under activities and click Add 4. Complete the information box and upload the assignment file 5. Enter the settings for assignment deadline and submission format 6. Save and return to course https://docs .moodle.org /38/en/Assi gnment_set tings
  23. 23. To add Quiz 1. Turn editing on 2. Launch the activity or resource chooser from your preferred course section 3. Select Quiz under activities and click Add 4. Add general information 5. Edit the Quiz Setting as appropriate 6. Save and return to course https://docs .moodle.org /38/en/Quiz _quick_gui de
  24. 24. You may adjust the quiz settings below: • Adjust Timing • Adjust Grade • Quiz Layout • Extra restriction on attempt
  25. 25. To add discussion forum 1. Turn editing on 2. Launch the activity or resource chooser from your preferred course section 3. Select Quiz under activities and click Add 4. Add general information 5. Edit the Quiz Setting as appropriate 6. Save and return to course https://docs .moodle.org /38/en/Foru m_activity
  26. 26. To add Attendance 1. Turn editing on 2. Launch the activity or resource chooser from your preferred course section 3. Select Attendance under activities and click Add 4. Add general information 5. Edit the Quiz Setting as appropriate 6. Save and return to course https://docs .moodle.org /38/en/atten dance_acti vity
  27. 27. To generate course reports 1. Select the settings icon from the course block 2. Scroll down to more , select it reveal the course administration block 3. Under the report section, pick the report you wish to generate.
  28. 28. CHAPTER 5: COLLABORATING WITH MICROSOFT 365 TOOLS – MS TEAMS, CLASSNOTE BOOK & WHITE BOARD
  29. 29. What is Microsoft Teams? Microsoft Teams is a unified communication and collaboration platform that combines persistent workplace chat, video meetings, file storage, and application integration. source:Wikipedia To Set up MS Teams, follow the steps below: • Login to your office 365 account • Select the teams icon from the apps dashboard • Once on MS Teams, On the left side of Teams, click Teams, • at the bottom of the teams list, click Join or create a team, • click Create a new team. • Once you've created the team, invite people to join it. You can add individual students or get the join link and forward to students to join your course team.
  30. 30. What is Microsoft Class Note book? The OneNote Class Notebook is an app that helps you set up OneNote in your class. This app will create a class notebook, which includes three types of sub-notebooks: Student Notebooks — private notebooks that are shared between each teacher and their individual students. Teachers can access these notebooks at any time, but students cannot see other students’ notebooks. Content Library — a notebook for teachers to share course materials with students. Teachers can add and edit its materials, but for students, the notebook is read-only. Collaboration Space — a notebook for all students and the teacher in the class to share, organize, and collaborate.
  31. 31. Setting up Microsoft ClassNOtebook To set to Microsoft Classnotebook, follow the steps below: 1. Launch the OneNote Class Notebook 2. Sign in to Office 365. 3. Click the app launcher in the upper left. 4. The Office 365 app launcher 5. In the list of apps that appears, click the Class Notebook app. 6. Create a Class Notebook (Optional) Add another teacher to your Class Notebook 7. Add your students to your Class Notebook
  32. 32. Managing Class Notebooks To manage other capabilities for your Class Notebooks, click the Manage notebooks button from the Class Notebook wizard. This displays a page that shows all class notebooks created by you, as well as information for customizing each one. Options include: Renaming student sections: To rename any student sections, click the little pencil icon, and then type the new name of the section. Be sure to click Save after renaming student sections. Adding student sections: To distribute a new section to all students, click the Add section button. Be sure to click Save after adding student sections. Enabling the Teacher-Only section group: The Teacher-Only section group is a private space where only the teacher can see what’s inside. To add a Teacher Only section group to your Class Notebook, click Enable Teacher-Only section group.
  33. 33. Managing Class Notebooks Locking the Collaboration Space: Enabling this option changes the Collaboration Space to read-only (or lockdown) to prevent any students from editing. You can toggle the switch from locked to unlocked at any time. Opening the Class Notebook: Click Open to open the Class Notebook. Sharing a link to the Class Notebook : To send a link to the Class Notebook to your class, select and copy the text in the Link box, and then paste it into an email. Help your students find their Class Notebook Find and share Class Notebook URL
  34. 34. What is Microsoft Whiteboard? Microsoft Whiteboard is a freeform, digital canvas where people, content, and ideas come together. You can use Whiteboard for collaborating with your team to accomplish many activities — whether your team is in the same place or in multiple locations. Team members can work collaboratively using their own devices. Activities include: • Running effective meetings • Brainstorming • Team sprint planning • Project planning • Problem solving • Incident management
  35. 35. There are two ways you can use whiteboard in Teams: • Microsoft Whiteboard or • Freehand by Invision. Use Microsoft Whiteboard –Each Teams meeting has a dedicated whiteboard where participants have space to sketch together. –For detailed info about using Whiteboard in Teams, see Use Whiteboard in Microsoft Teams. • Use Freehand by Invision –Freehand is a whiteboarding tool from Invision that you can use in meetings to sketch with other participants.
  36. 36. What next? Getting students onboard Moodle and MS Teams
  37. 37. Getting Students into Moodle courses / Teams Moodle: Provide students with the respective course enrolment key To create enrolment key, follow the steps below: • In the course administration block, click Participants • Create self-registration method by navigating to settings icon > Enrolment methods • Add self enrolment method • Complete the form; adding the instance name and chosen enrolment key. (Click Unmask to see what you are typing.) • Click the 'Save changes' button.
  38. 38. MS Teams: To get students into Teams, provide students with the join link. To get a join link, follow the steps below:
  39. 39. THANKS FOR WATCHING QUESTIONS?
  40. 40. Staff Resources - Links to Manuals and Tutorials –How to upload lesson activities on Moodle –Creating Moodle enrolment key for your course(s) –Setting up Teams –Setting up assignments on Teams

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