- Tips, Techniques and Resources for Moodle Content Creators and Administrators
Tips, Techniques and Resources for Moodle Content Creators and Administrators
Created by Michael Milette of TNG Consulting Inc. in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Limited availability and updated during Learn Moodle Basics.
This exclusive e-learning staffroom area is ONLY accessible to course owners. It is a place for faculty to:
- Keep up to date with important news around the virtual campus
- Access common documents such as policies, procedures, lists etc...
- Announce events you would like other faculty to know about
- Learn about Moodle and get access to relevant training materials
- Get support, support others and exchange ideas on all aspects of course development
- Share and access e-Learning resources
- Get coffee (sorry, out of order)
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- Learn about Accessibility
Learn about Accessibility
According to its documentation, "Moodle is designed to provide equal functionality and information to all people. This means that there should be no barriers for people regardless of disabilities, assistive technologies that are used, different screen sizes and different input devices (e.g. mouse, keyboard and touchscreen)." Read more...
- Learn about Instructional Design
Learn about Instructional Design
Instructional design (ID) is the practice of systematically designing, developing and delivering instructional products and experiences in a consistent and reliable fashion resulting in the efficient, effective, appealing, engaging and inspiring acquisition of knowledge. Many instructional design models are based on ADDIE's five phases: analysis, design, development, implementation and evaluation.
- Learn to use Moodle
Learn to use Moodle
Moodle is a full-featured open source e-learning platform which provides educators with a robust, secure and integrated system to create and deliver personalised training to learners in government, corporate, non-profit and educational institutions.
- SCORM Resources
SCORM (Sharable Content Object Reference Model) activity packages can be used on any compatible LMS but require special software, knowledge and skills to enter and generate the content package. Moodle is fully compatible SCORM version 1.2 and partially compatible with SCORM 2004.
- Learn to use H5P
Learn to use H5P
H5P in Moodle enables you to quickly create interactive and engaging content for courses. It is considered a good alternative to SCORM packages.
- Multimedia Tips (graphics, photos and videos)
Multimedia Tips (graphics, photos and videos)
- Learn HTML Basics
Learn HTML Basics
- Learn to Manage your Moodle website
Learn to Manage your Moodle website
For Moodle administrators.
- Learn Moodle Development
Learn Moodle Development
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- About Community of Practice
About Community of Practice