Moodle for Beginners

  • Section 1: Creating Resources in Moodle

    In this section, the audience will learn how to explore the different resources that Moodle offers. We will compare and contrast some resources which are accurate for specific purposes. Afterwards, we will create aresource and upload it in the Moodle course.

    • Exploring resources withinMoodle
    • Choosing a resource
    • Designing a resource
    • Uploading a resource
    • Adding a resource within a block

    • The Course Overview
    • Exploring Resources within Moodle
    • Choosing a Resource
    • Designing a Resource
    • Uploading a Resource
    • Adding a Resource within a Block
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  • Section 2: Creating External Resources and Embedding Them in Moodle

    Creating External Resources and Embedding Them in Moodle

    • Exploring resources withinMoodle
    • Exploring External Resources
    • Designing Blogs
    • Creating Videos
    • Embedding External Resources
    • Combining External Resources

    • Exploring External Resources
    • Designing Blogs
    • Creating Videos
    • Embedding External Resources
    • Combining External Resources
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  • Section 3: Repositories and e-Portfolios

    In this section, the audience will learn how to design and integrate repositories and portfolios. Portfolios can also be considered resources if there is stored information which is suitable to do an activity afterwards. There are different types of portfolios and we can store several types of files.

    • Enabling a repository
    • Working with the repository
    • Enabling an e-Portfolio
    • Working with the e-Portfolio
    • Embedding the e-Portfolio in the Moodle course

    • Enabling a Repository
    • Working with the Repository
    • Enabling an e-Portfolio
    • Working with the e-Portfolio
    • Embedding the e-Portfolio in the Moodle Course
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  • Section 4: Designing Activities in Moodle

    In this section,the audience will learn how to design activities choosing from the ones existing in the Moodle course. They will also compare and contrast some activities which happen to be a little bit similar and choose a criterion in order to select the adequate one.

    • ExploringSolitary or Intrapersonal Activities
    • Designing a Solitary or Intrapersonal Activity
    • Exploring Social or Interpersonal Activities
    • Choosing a Social or Interpersonal Activity and Uploading Content to It
    • Adding New Users and Enrolling Them in Both Activities

    • Exploring Solitary or Intrapersonal Activities
    • Designing a Solitary or Intrapersonal Activity
    • Exploring Social or Interpersonal Activities
    • Choosing a Social or Interpersonal Activity and Uploading Content to It
    • Adding New Users and Enrolling Them in Both Activities
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  • Section 5: Creating External Activities and Embedding them in Moodle

    In this section, we will deal with external activities, that is to say activities which are not created within the Moodle course but can be embedded in it. We will use different websites or software in order to design the activity. After that, we have to upload the activity and enable it in the Moodle course.

    • Using a website to create activities
    • Uploading activities in the Moodle course
    • Using free and open source software to create activities
    • Uploading activities in the Moodle course
    • Using already made activities and embedding them in the Moodle course

    • Using a Website to Create Activities
    • Uploading Activities in the Moodle Course
    • Using Free and Open Source Software to Create Activities
    • Uploading Activities in the Moodle Course
    • Using Already Made Activities and Embedding Them in the Moodle Course
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  • Section 6: Designing a Lesson

    After finishing an activity for the first or the second attempt and once students receive feedback, the award is the badge which was created for the end of the activity, set of activities or course. So in this section the audience learns how to cope with badges and how to use them. Gamification through badges is also tackled in a simple way in this section. The titles of the sections may have a slight variation when recording.

    • Adding content to a lesson
    • Adding a question to a lesson
    • Adding more questions to a lesson
    • Previewing the lesson
    • Ending the lesson

    • Adding Content to a Lesson
    • Adding a Question to a Lesson
    • Adding More Questions to a Lesson
    • Previewing the Lesson
    • Ending the Lesson
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