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  1. 1. Institut Of Sciences Exact Department Of Informatique BECHAR university Presented by. : 2016/2017 DJEBBARI Noureddine ZIANE Karim
  2. 2. Work Plan  Introduction  Definition  Domains of use  Installation  Documentations  Support and community  Some official statistics  The Features of Moodle  Different types of users on moodle.  What teachers can do with Moodle?  What students can do with Moodle?  Conclusion
  3. 3. Introduction  Moodle was originally developed by Martin Dougiamas in Australian, to help educators create online courses with a focus on interaction and collaborative construction of content, and it is in continual evolution; The first version of Moodle was released on August 2002.
  4. 4. Definition  The acronym Moodle stands for Modular Object- Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment.  Moodle is a free and open-source software learning management system written in PHP and requires a MySQL database, distributed under the GNU (General Public License).
  5. 5. Domains of use Moodle is developed on pedagogical principles, used for:  Distance education, flipped classroom and other e-learning projects in schools, universities, workplaces and other sectors.
  6. 6.  Users can download and install Moodle on a Web server, such as Apache Server, and a number of database management systems, such as PostgreSQL, MySQL, are supported. Installation
  7. 7. Documentation s  The standard Moodle documentation constitute of several components:  Online help: is integrated into the Moodle web interface.  The documentation wiki: constitute the officiel reference of moodle.  The book "Using Moodle". The second edition (November 2007) is based on Moodle 1.8. It is published by O'Reilly edition.
  8. 8. Version graph 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020 Release date
  9. 9. Plugins  Plugins are a flexible tool set, allowing Moodle users to extend the features of the site. There are hundreds of plugins for Moodle, Each plugin is maintained in the Moodle plugins directory. October 2016 there are 1252 plugins available for Moodle 3.1 .
  10. 10. Support and community  User forums : Moodle community forums are also very active, in English, as in French.  Conferences Moodle : There are also Moodle conferences, known in all countries as MoodleMoot.  MoodleMoot are events held around the world, focusing on collaborating and inspiring all users of the Moodle, last MoodleMoot held in july 2016 in suisse.
  11. 11. Some official statistics Moodle Statistics
  12. 12.  Versions used Some official statistics
  13. 13. What are the Features of Moodle?  Forum: you can discuss with all other registered user about many issues.
  14. 14.  Chat: you can talk about what you want in real time with classmate and professor. What are the Features of Moodle?
  15. 15.  Calendar: if you're a professor, you can program lessons, tests and more. Students can consult this section as a reminder for future commitments. What are the Features of Moodle?
  16. 16.  Quizzes and Tests: there are many ways to evaluate the preparation of the students What are the Features of Moodle?
  17. 17. Different types of users on moodle.  The administrator : can do everything and go all over the site.  The course manager is the "creator" of the course and has the rights of the teacher.  The teacher has control over a specific course and the activities of the students who are enrolled there.  The student: Can consult the resources of the course and participate in learning activities.  The Guest: Access in read-only mode.
  18. 18. create online tests and examinations upload files and lessons create online courses divide students into classes open forums chat sessions What teachers can do with Moodle...
  19. 19. follow the lessons take part into forumschat sessions upload their homework and test
  20. 20.  Moodle has continued to evolve since 2002 with the current architecture. It has been translated into over 100 different languages and is accessible in many countries worldwide. Conclusion