Moodle is used as NU learning management system (LMS). As soon as your course is registered with the NU Registrar’s Office, a Moodle template for your course is designed. You can modify it in accordance with your teaching philosophy and learning style of your students. Your students will get access to your Moodle course site the next business day after their registration.
On this page you can get resources on how to get started with Moodle, helpful tips and tricks, brief how-to guides and tutorials for you and your students.
On August 19 we conducted a Moodle academy day, so here are all materials.
Moodle 3.11 Essential tutorial here.
First and foremost, we recommend exploring this Linkedin Learning Moodle 3.11 training. For more information about setting up the course you can find here.
In a Moodle course, an activity is something that a student will do to interact with other students and/or the teacher. Forums or Quizzes are examples of an activity. There are 15 different types of activities in the standard Moodle. https://docs.moodle.org/311/en/Activities
Here is a 16 min tutorial video on Setting grades in Moodle
Some FAQ received from our teachers related to Moodle can be found here.
Please be informed that questions about accessing Moodle, merging/creating courses should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org indicating the full name of the course(s).
At iLH, we are doing our best in establishing communities of practice. Therefore, if you would like to share your experience and expertise with Moodle, please let us know (email@example.com) and we will share it with our NU community.