Moodle course design best practices
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|Columbia Gorge Community College Library||371.334 NASH 2014 (Text)||39705000003409||Main Collection||Book||None||02/19/2015||Available||-|
- ISBN: 1783286814
- ISBN: 9781783286812 (paperback)
107 pages ; 24 cm
- Publisher: Birmingham : Packt Publishing Limited, 2014.
|Formatted Contents Note:||Table of Contents; Preface; --Chapter 1--: Preparing to Build an Exemplary Moodle Course; The advantages of Moodle; Getting started with Moodle; Preparing your Moodle workspace; Creating user accounts; Creating a new course shell; Assigning course roles; Site settings for course designers; Activating filters; Enabling completion tracking; Enabling conditional activities; Summary; --Chapter 2--: Planning Your Course; Learning outcomes; Writing learning outcomes; Bloom's Taxonomy; Universal Design for Learning; Multiple means of representationMultiple means of access and expression; Multiple means of engagement; Selecting resources and activities; Types of assessment; Summary; --Chapter 3--: Organizing Your Course; Looking at your course goals and the big picture; Course settings; General; Description; Course format; Structuring your instructional material using a format; The number of sections of the course; Hidden sections; Course layout; Appearance; Files and uploads; Completion tracking; Guest access; Groups; Role renaming; Customizing your course page; The Calendar block; Instructor/institution linksStudent success links; Additional elements to customize the appearance of your course; Fonts; Images; Theme considerations; Summary; --Chapter 4--: Best Practices in Content Delivery; Managing types of content; Adding resources to our course; Adding course materials via Book; Adding files; Adding folders; Adding pages; Adding activities; Assignment module; Choice; Forum; Lesson; Quiz; Wiki; Using assessments to deliver content; Backing up and reusing activities; Summary; --Chapter 5--: Designing Self-paced Independent Study Courses; Self-paced independent study; Configuring your course -- global settingsTheme selection; Activities; Quiz; Book; Badges; Calendar; Course-level configuration; Course settings; Course completion; Resources; Book; Resources; Resources -- File; Resources -- URL; Recording webcasts/presentations; Producing and sharing presentations; Activities and assessments; Choice; Quiz; Certificates; Achievement; Summary;--Chapter 6--: Developing Cohort-based Courses with Teacher-student Interaction; Characteristics of instructor-led cohort-based courses; Benefits and limitations of cohort-based courses in Moodle; Setting up your instructor-led course -- global settingsTheme selection; Configuring the plugins; Course formats; Forum; Course-level configuration; Course settings; Resources; Folder; Student-created files; Word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation tools; Activities and assessments; Assignment; Grades; Course backups for cohort-based courses; Summary; --Chapter 7--: Creating Student-centered Project-based Courses; Characteristics of student-centered project-based courses; Setting up your project-based course -- global settings; Course default settings; Theme selection; Configuring the workshop settings; Calendar; Course-level configurarion; Course settings; Providing resources for the course; Links to applications for projects, Audio, video and geographical information tools; Selecting activities; Activities and assessments; Workshop; Configuring wiki; Configuring grades; Summary. -- Chapter 8--: Moodle for Online Communities: Building a knowledge-based online community; Building a task-based online community; Building an online community based on learning and achievement. Summary. Index.|
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