Moodle, the popular learning management system (LMS), has revolutionized education. Instructors can create online classes for anywhere, anytime learning; add assessments and activities; track student progress; calculate grades; and more. Students can access resources, complete assignments, and communicate with classmates and instructors—all from a single digital platform. This course demonstrates how instructors can get started using Moodle 3.6, including new features such as messaging with audio and images.
LinkedIn Learning staff author Oliver Schinkten shows how to set up an instructor profile, create a course, and adjust course settings. Then find out how to add files, post announcements, and make quizzes. Finally, learn how to enroll students, grade assignments, and run reports. Along the way, Oliver includes tips to make your Moodle experience even more efficient and effective.
– Name the theme that was recently introduced in Moodle 3.3.
– Recognize the symbol that indicates Moodle inline help.
– Identify the block used to keep track of a course schedule.
– Apply the Pencil tool to change the number of points that a quiz question is worth.
– Define a “single simple discussion.”
– Determine the default minimum score required to receive an A.
– Recall the Moodle backup format that is compatible with other learning management systems.