What changed? You’ll notice updates to the editing icons and and to the action menu for blocks; as well as improvements to the text editor. Many of these changes have been implemented by Moodle in an effort to increase accessibility of Moodle by improving navigation, or the interface, for screen readers and keyboard users. Many… Continue Reading Moodle’s New Face Lift
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That’s right! Ever thought about using a quiz for a lesson? Or how about as a study guide? It’s easy, and it’s all in how you set it up. Instead of an assessment tool, re-purpose as an active learning activity where students can: Watch a video clip. Go to websites provided. Listen to audio clips.… Continue Reading It’s a Lesson…It’s a Study Guide…No, it’s a Moodle Quiz!
This activity allows you, as an instructor, to ask your students a single question with a selection of possible answers, however… Did you know the Choice activity can be used: As a quick poll. As a discussion starter. To allow students to vote on a direction for the course. For students to select a project… Continue Reading Choices, Choices: Moodle Choice Activity
Have you noticed all the types of dates available in Moodle? (Availability, Restrict Access, Due, Expected Completion, Cut-off…) How do you know what to use when, and why? Check out this guide to using dates in Moodle. Availability You can make an activity available by using the Allow submissions From date. You can make it… Continue Reading Moodle Tip: Your Date Guide
Beginning next week, the Education Media Technologies department will have on-site “office hours” in three different buildings around NMC. It will be like Festivus! Each week a EMT staff member will be on hand for a two hour period to help answer any questions instructors may have regarding Moodle, technology, course development, yada, yada, yada,… Continue Reading Out There and Lovin’ Every Minute of It!