The course introduces key ideas and tools to enable you to build or improve Moodle courses according to UCL's Connected Learning framework, UCL’s approach to online teaching and learning.
The course can be accessed via self-enrollemnt and it can be used as a stand-alone resource. It provides an introduction to the Connected Learning framework and offers hands-on training on how to build and develop a course on Moodle.
The course also offers a wealth of resources and support for online teaching that users can choose based on their needs.
The course is complemented by a series of drop-in sessions that users will be able to attend via Zoom. No booking is required.
Links to Zoom will be posted on the Moodle page together with a Hot Questions area where questions can be posted (these will be answered during the sessions).
|Wednesday 30 September||4 - 5 pm|
|Wednesday 14 October||9 - 10 am|
|Wednesday 21 October||4 - 5 pm|
|Wednesday 28 October||9 - 10 am|
|Wednesday 11 November||4 - 5 pm|
|Wednesday 25 November||9 - 10 am|
|Wednesday 09 December||4 - 5 pm|
Other training and resources
- Connected Learning Essentials - the concepts and key practices of Connected Learning.
- Getting Started with Moodle Online - our beginner’s guide to UCL’s virtual learning environment.
We also refer throughout to the UCL Connected Learning Baseline setting out the minimum expectations for the online delivery in Moodle for taught programmes and modules. The Baseline is also supported by a range of resources you can look at later.
We know some participants may already be familiar with Moodle as students, but no prior knowledge or experience is assumed here. If you would like to test your Moodle knowledge in the quizzes you'll need to enrol yourself onto the course (you can un-enrol yourself at any time). To self-enrol follow the appropriate link in the 'Administration' block displayed on this page.
Note the course videos were made for Moodle 3.7 and may not always reflect the current version.