All MCMoodle Trainings are held on the 2nd floor of the Leland Speed Library unless otherwise noted. Email Jessica Manzo here to make a reservation.
This overview presents the new features have been added to MOODLE2 and the changes from v.1.9, with a 10 minute Q&A session at the end.
"What is moodle and MCMoodle?" "How can Moodle help my class?" Whether you offer a traditional, hybrid or online course, you can use Moodle to help support your student's learning experience. Come learn what moodle can mean for you.
Learn how to copy over or import your old course information into your new course page for the new semester.
Learn how to develop your Traditional, Hybrid, or Online course home page in MCMoodle. (Be sure to bring your syllabus on your jump drive and a hard copy of your syllabus with you).
Make an appointment and drop by the e-Classroom and get help building your course for the spring semester. Contact Jessica Manzo.
If you are a department dean or chair, you can encourage your faculty in MCMoodle development by scheduling a series of private sessions. Your faculty will learn how to apply Moodle to their specialized courses. Make an appointment.