Developing Materials: "How can I find, create and use the technology?"
Creating online learning material is a challenge at the best of times. Here we address the common concerns that staff have.
- HELP! I have a technical problem!
- How can I find out more about Moodle?
- How do I get started?
- How is Learning Technology being used in my subject?
- Where can I find ready-made online learning materials that I can use in my course?
HELP! I have a technical problem!
Technical problems are very common when using Learning Technology. If you have a technical problem:
How can I find out more about Moodle? Moodle is UCL's Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) and can
be used to deliver your course online.
Find out more about Moodle.
Training and support:
- Getting started with Moodle is a 2 hour course, provided by E-Learning Environments, aimed at staff who would like to learn how to use WebCT in their teaching.
- Moodle Documentation for staff is available for course designers which document "what you can do with the various Moodle tools" and how to do it.
- The Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Moodle may help you to resolve your queries. Please choose Staff Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) or Student Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).
How do I get started?
Contact E-Learning Environments who will talk to you about what you want to achieve, how to get there and what training is available to help you on your way.
How is Learning Technology being used in my subject?
The Higher Education Academy (formerly Learning and Teaching Support Network) is a national service that has a collection of online learning materials categorised into Subject centres. Why not take a look at what is happening in your subject?
Where can I find ready-made online learning materials that I can use in my course?
How do I create a webpage/website?
Training is available for staff who want to create webpages and websites (collections of webpages). ISD Training provide courses in using Dreamweaver (from Beginners to Advanced) as well as providing one-to-one support from the Training drop-in service.
Of course, if you get stuck at any stage you may find that the Support and Training available at UCL can help you.
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