Tag: Moodle

Moodle 3.4: Module Administration

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Enrolment and Participation In Moodle 3.4, Enrolment and Participant screens have been combined to provide a unified screen for user management. Course Officers will be able to manage and enrol students from one screen, making this a much smoother and streamlined process. From this screen, Course Officers will also be able to bulk delete enrolments

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MoodleMoot 2018

Moodle 2018: Keynote presentation

  This year MoodleMoot took place in Glasgow. MoodleMoot is an annual event that gathers educators, technologists, developers from across Europe showcasing innovation, best practices, new ideas based around teaching with Moodle. In this blog post, I’ll share few trends and things that I learned by attending this event. This year’s conference focused on these

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School of Arts and Social Sciences – Video Case Studies

Throughout 2017, the Educational Technology Team in the School of Arts and Social Sciences collected a number of case studies highlighting the efforts of Lecturers to make their teaching and learning more engaging and pedagogically sound with the use of educational technologies. One of these case studies looked at the work of an International Politics

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Peer Assessment Tool on Moodle

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This summer, the Peer Assessment Tool, created by colleagues at Cass Business School and available for all City’s academic staff to use on Moodle, was further developed to include some great new features. The Peer Assessment activity: Allows students to participate in the assessment process and encourages engagement with their own learning. Promotes fairness in

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Moodle Assignment Checklist

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Assignment activity on Moodle starts to get busy from next week. This post provides a checklist to help you avoid the most common issues related to the Moodle assignment activity. Moodle Assignment Checklist Before students submit, double-check that your assignment settings are correct. The table below provides a checklist to help you avoid the most

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“Learning with Moodle”- A new student induction module

Welcome to a new Academic Year!   Starting university it’s always an exciting experience, but can be overwhelming for some. As a student you get introduced to so many new people, places, ideas and systems. Apart from attending lectures, browsing in the library, stopping off at the student canteen and trying to find your way around Northampton Square you are also introduced to our Online Learning Environment- Moodle. This year to help our

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How to get more out of Moodle – Bring Your Own Lunch Webinar September 2017

A guest post by Snigdha Nag, Senior Lecturer at the City Law School based on the Bring Your Own Lunch (#BYOL) Webinar in September 2017, organised by LEaD. If like to present the next one in November or write a blog post for us, then contact us. The Slides are below, for more detail, please

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What’s new in Moodle 3.2 for students?

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Students from across the University provided feedback during usability sessions in Term 1. This has influenced the development of Moodle 3.2. So as a student, what can you expect in Moodle 3.2? We have concentrated on improving functionality and features that you use on a regular basis. New Grades & feedback report During our usability

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Designing better learning environments – the M25 Learning Technology Group comes to City

On 24th July, City hosted the M25 Learning Technology Group for the first time since 2011 and welcomed over 35 delegates from around London and the South East. The focus of the session was on designing better learning environments and we looked at both physical and virtual spaces. The #M25LTG kicks off with an introduction

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