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July 2024

Tue 30

Moodle as the Virtual Learning Environment is supporting teaching and learning at the University.

One of the key principles in the University's implementation of Moodle is devolved control. Moodle is used by a large number of Faculties, Departments, Colleges, and other offices, and each area will have its own specialist knowledge and specific requirements. Devolved control will enable each institution to have control over the courses they built and their location in the Course structure.

As such, each Institution has at least one Moodle Coordinator (we recommend two). Moodle Coordinators manage all the courses within their category of Faculty, Department or College; they can do anything in any course they have control of, including create new courses, edit existing courses, and add teachers. Coordinators will also act as a first line of support - offering help and advice to the users in their area.

This is a training course aimed at users who are current Coordinators or are planning to become Coordinators. During the interactive course participants will practice how to create subcategories and courses, how to backup and restore their courses, how to enrol cohorts of users, and how to archive their courses in the Course History environment.

August 2024

Tue 20

Moodle as the Virtual Learning Environment is supporting teaching and learning at the University.

One of the key principles in the University's implementation of Moodle is devolved control. Moodle is used by a large number of Faculties, Departments, Colleges, and other offices, and each area will have its own specialist knowledge and specific requirements. Devolved control will enable each institution to have control over the courses they built and their location in the Course structure.

As such, each Institution has at least one Moodle Coordinator (we recommend two). Moodle Coordinators manage all the courses within their category of Faculty, Department or College; they can do anything in any course they have control of, including create new courses, edit existing courses, and add teachers. Coordinators will also act as a first line of support - offering help and advice to the users in their area.

This is a training course aimed at users who are current Coordinators or are planning to become Coordinators. During the interactive course participants will practice how to create subcategories and courses, how to backup and restore their courses, how to enrol cohorts of users, and how to archive their courses in the Course History environment.

September 2024

Mon 23

Moodle as the Virtual Learning Environment is supporting teaching and learning at the University.

One of the key principles in the University's implementation of Moodle is devolved control. Moodle is used by a large number of Faculties, Departments, Colleges, and other offices, and each area will have its own specialist knowledge and specific requirements. Devolved control will enable each institution to have control over the courses they built and their location in the Course structure.

As such, each Institution has at least one Moodle Coordinator (we recommend two). Moodle Coordinators manage all the courses within their category of Faculty, Department or College; they can do anything in any course they have control of, including create new courses, edit existing courses, and add teachers. Coordinators will also act as a first line of support - offering help and advice to the users in their area.

This is a training course aimed at users who are current Coordinators or are planning to become Coordinators. During the interactive course participants will practice how to create subcategories and courses, how to backup and restore their courses, how to enrol cohorts of users, and how to archive their courses in the Course History environment.

Wed 25
Moodle: Online Assignments [Places] 14:30 - 16:00 Online

This training session will introduce participants to the Assignment and Turnitin activities and provide opportunities to explore the main features of online assessments set up and grading. It will be beneficial to Moodle users who administer or support online assessments in Moodle.

Participants will practice setting up various types of assignments, managing students' submissions, and using Moodle grading system.