Yes. You can access Moodle from any computer, tablet or mobile device in any location once you have connected to the Internet.
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It can be beneficial to students if they see a picture of lecturers and their fellow students in their modules. This picture will appear throughout your module area next to your name, e.g. next to your name on a forum post, etc.
Adding a URL to your module encourages students to visit webpages that are of interest and relevant to the module’s learning outcomes.
You can change the image for your module in Moodle as follows:
Lecturers can import resources between the modules they are assigned to within Moodle. For example, if you are reusing case studies for a new academic year, these can be copied from a previous year’s module into the current one. It is important to note that to import between modules, you must be assigned as an editing lecturer on both modules.
The answer is yes. Usage of Moodle is not reliant on a prior knowledge of HTML, if you experience any technical difficulties with Moodle at any stage you can contact the Moodle team by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone on 051 834114 and they will assist you in remedying your query.
Yes, there are a number of specific workshops and resources available. Based on your feedback, we have revised our training and associated support resources and now offer a range of follow-on workshops tailored for different levels of Moodle users, from beginner to advanced and for academic and administrative staff. Check out our list of workshops on the eLearning workshops website.
You can contact the relevant School secretary and request the CRN number for a specific module. Once you have obtained the CRN number, email it to email@example.com requesting to be added as a lecturer to the module.
There are a number of specific workshops and resources available. Based on feedback from staff members, we have revised our training and associated support resources and now offer a range of follow-on workshops tailored for different levels of Moodle users, from beginner to advanced and for academic and administrative staff.