Moodle, or Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment, is an online Learning Management System (LMS) similar to WebCT and BlackBoard. Moodle allows for the design and delivery of Internet-based courses and web sites. Moodle can also be used to compliment your in class materials for your face-to-face courses.
Below you will find the Student Guide. This document should give you a good overview of how to access and navigate your Moodle course spaces. The rest of this page provides more detailed step-by-step instructions, video tutorials and demos of all the resources and activities that are available to you in Moodle. Can't find what your looking for? Visit Moodle Docs at http://docs.moodle.org/20/en/About_Moodle or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Accessing Moodle
- Moodle Activities
- Uploading Files
- GradesThe Grades area is where you will find marks entered by your instructor
- QuizzesOnline quizzes are used by instructors to test your knowledge on the course or particular topics.
- BooksBooks are multi-page containers for content laid out in a book style format.
- ForumsForums are a way for students to post questions or feedback using asynchronous communication.
- AssignmentsAssignments allow for instructors to grade students and give feedback on submitted materials. Students can upload files, compose online text or do activities offline.
- Elluminate Live!Elluminate Live! is web conferencing software. Features include VOIP, teleconferencing, chat, quizzing, webcam, whiteboard, application sharing, file transfer and allows for recording for future watching. Please visit the Elluminate Live! Support Page in Moodle for more information and for the Participant and Moderator Guides.