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A full introduction to using Moodle

This is a complete introduction to using Moodle. Moodle is a virtual learning environment that is used widely in schools and institutions. Moodle is an online tool used for  housing digital content on MOOCS, distance learning courses, blended learning and for the Flipped Classroom. It also allows you to build learning activities around the content. So you can create forums, discussions, quizzes, blog and wikis within Moodle too. It is one of the most commonly used online tools for teachers. This set of videos takes you through all the basics of using Moodle and introduces you to the different ways that you can organise your learning content using the list form but also the grid form which was introduced in the latest version. I have also produced a second set of videos about Moodle. Teaching with Technology-Create Quizzes using Moodle

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Creating quizzes in Moodle

In this set of teacher training videos you will learn to create quizzes in one of the most commonly used online teaching tools Moodle. Moodle is an online learning environment where teachers can store all their digital learning content so that students can easily access it. Teachers can then build activities around the content. Moodle offers the option to create blogs, wikis, forums, chats and of course quizzes. This set of videos shows you how the quizz feature in Moodle works. There are a huge range of different quiz types and these videos take you through most of them. If you are looking to create online quizzes with Moodle then this is an ideal set of videos to watch. There is also a full set of introductory videos you can watch. Key Educational Technology Tools-A Full Introduction to Moodle

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A full introduction to using Moodle

This is a fabulous design trick in Moodle. I show you how you can make your Moodle site work more like a website. It is a trick I learnt from Thom Kiddle at NILE and it really makes a Moodle site work more like a website.This way your Moodle site will have buttons and your users will be able to navigate the site as if it was a website. You can avoid all the big long lists of links. 

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A full introduction to using Moodle

This video tutorial shows you how to use the Book Resource in Moodle. This is a great resource to use as it make navigating content so much easier. It helps to avoid making long scrolling pages and improves the organisation of the content. This is a quick 5 minute video that shows you why the Moodle Bookresource is so useful.

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A full introduction to using Moodle

This video tutorial shows you how to use the Cloze Test quiz type in Moodle. We often want to create Cloze Tests where students read a text and have various choices about what word to choose either a, b or c. The words are normally provided in several drop down menu options throughout the text. At the start of the video I quickly show you an example of what I mean.
 

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A full introduction to using Moodle

This video tutorial shows you how to use the 'Drag text onto image' question type in Moodle Quizzes. This is a question type that lots of teachers want to learn to use. You can load up a picture and then add labels. The students then have to drag the labels to the correct position in the image. So you need to create the image, label the image and then add the zones where you want the students to drag the words.
 

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A full introduction to using Moodle

This video tutorial will quickly show you how to set written assignments with Moodle. You can include documents and links for students to read before they do the assignment. This is perhaps the quickest and easiest way of setting up assignments and the students simply click, write in their answer and then submit it. 

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A full introduction to using Moodle

This video tutorial shows you how to combine screen capture and Moodle to make very powerful courses. You can create a whole range of learning assets using screen capture and it can also be used for instructions, guides etc. In fact when I create courses in Moodle, the other tool that I use the most is screen capture. Watch this quick video and it will give you some great ideas on how you can use screen capture and Moodle together.

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