This course is aimed at staff who would like to learn how to use Moodle, UCL's Virtual Learning Environment.
This course provides an introduction to UCL Moodle and e-learning and provides the basic skills required to set up a course in Moodle. Even if you have used Moodle at a previous institution you will still benefit from learning about UCL specific processes, such as enrolments and snapshots.
The topics covered will include the following:
- An overview to UCL Moodle and virtual learning
- Navigating and helping your students orient themselves on Moodle courses
- Creating your course homepage and adding content (text, images and links)
- Uploading and adding files into your Moodle course
- Adding activities to a Moodle course
- Enrolment and access
- Moodle course lifecycles
You will be given your own test Moodle course for use during the training course and afterwards.
There are no specific prerequisites, but file management skills and familiarity with the web would be extremely useful.
There are two ways in which the course is delivered:
There is a self-paced online version of this course.
Face to Face
This is a trainer-led course delivered in one 3 hour session.
If you would prefer to attend a face-to-face training session.
For further information, see also our FAQs page about booking.
UCL employees - free of charge.
Please note: Note that failure to attend the course without at least 3 working days' notice of cancellation will result in your department being charged £50.