Teaching with Technology
Moodle @ Centre
The CTL provides faculty with a user-friendly environment in which to house course content. We assist with the creation of metacourses, a bundled course that combines multiple sections of the same course, allowing you to upload content to one location. We also assist with transferring course content from previous courses to active courses, and provide troubleshooting for faculty and student issues related but not limited to navigation, uploading/downloading, layout, content, assignments, quizzes, grading, and assessment. Moodle can be a one-stop-shop for your students to access all of your course material, from your syllabus to recorded lectures, quizzes, assignments, videos, external links, projects, group work, you name it. If you need help designing the layout or content, we are happy to assist. We are always looking for new ways to make this environment academically inclusive and to promote active learning. Let us know how we can help.
Moodle at its core is a repository for information and resources. As a Learning Management System (LMS), Moodle allows faculty to quickly and easily provide course materials to students in a secure, flexible, and mobile environment. In turn, students are able to access all of their course materials in one location from any location.
Determining the best tool to use within the Moodle environment can sometimes be challenging. In order to achieve desired student learning outcomes and increase the potential for successful Moodle implementation in your courses, check out some of the methods below.
Effective Classroom Uses
Effective Uses in the Classroom
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