Platforms

Moodle

Description

Description

Moodle is an online learning management system that allows you to create an online dynamic course space. Share course content and announcements, create interactive activities, collect and grade assignments, and more! 

https://moodle.johnabbott.qc.ca/login/index.php

Getting Started

How to Log into Moodle

This document outlines the steps for students to access and log into Moodle via Omnivox. 

How to Log into Moodle

Teameo for Students- Log-in through MS Teams and Moodle

This document intended to be shared with students describes the Teameo platform as well as the log-in procedure directly through MS Teams and Moodle. 

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Beginner Moodle Training

Activate your courses and add your students in this introductory training to Moodle presented by Vikram Singh from FORP. 

Beginner Moodle Training Link currently available to John Abbott College employees only. 

Moodle Tool Guide for Teachers

Review the various features of Moodle and review tips on how to use them. 

Moodle Tool Guide for Teachers

U Mass Information Technology Moodle Support 

Access the University of Massachussetts Moodle Support Center for help on setting up your course, grading and tracking student activity, as well as best practices for Teaching and Learning. 

https://www.umass.edu/it/support/moodle

Using Moodle to Facilitate Learning 

Explore Moodle’s various functions to enhance face-to-face, blended, or online classes on Concordia University’s Centre for Teaching and Learning. Learn how to set-up and manage your course, engage students, and create assessments. 

https://www.concordia.ca/ctl/tech-tools/teach-with-technology/moodle.html

Moodle Sharing Cart

Move activities from one Moodle course to another using the sharing cart function. 

Adding Visuals to Your Course

Embed a Design from Canva

Learn how to embed a Canva design to personalize  Moodle course homepage and add interactivity. 

Embed a Canva Design on Moodle.mp4Link currently available to John Abbott College employees only. 

Embed an Outlook Class Calendar

Learn how to embed a live Outlook calendar on your Moodle course homepage. Before you watch, make sure to start with our video on publishing an Outlook class calendar. Click the link below to access!

Embed a Published Class Calendar on Moodle.mp4 – Link currently available to John Abbott College employees only. 

Creating Quizzes

Creating a Timed Quiz or Exam

Set up timed take-home exams or quizzes using the Moodle Quiz Activity by following these steps. 

Creating a Timed Quiz or Exam

Importing Questions from Word into Moodle

Once you have written and edited your quiz questions in Microsoft Word, follow these steps to import them directly into Moodle for online assessments without having to copy/paste or retype them. 

Importing Questions from Word into Moodle

Uploading Multiple Choice Questions in Bulk to Moodle

Save time when creating your multiple choice quizzes by uploading questions in bulk in Moodle by following these steps outlined by Concordia University’s Centre for Teaching and Learning. 

https://www.concordia.ca/ctl/digital-teaching/using-moodle/quizzes/bulk-upload.html

Moodle Quiz Creation

Learn basic information and follow these steps to create quizzes in Moodle.

Moodle Quiz Creation Link currently available to John Abbott College employees only. 

Moodle Short Answer Questions

Create short answer questions in Moodle, assign marks, and set-up feedback for students. Presented by the FORP team’s Vikram Singh. 

Exam and Quiz Creation in Moodle Part 1

Use Moodle’s applications to create quizzes using a question bank as well as longer summative exams as well! Review common types of questions in quizzes and exams.

Exam – Quiz Creation in Moodle – Part 1 (Jan 6).mp4– Link currently available to John Abbott College employees only.

Exam and Quiz Creation in Moodle Part 2

Develop more advanced skills in creating exams and quizzes in Moodle.

Exam – Quiz Creation in Moodle – Part 2 (Jan 12).mp4Link currently available to John Abbott College employees only.

Moodle Quiz Creation

Follow along with Murray Bronet from the FORP team to create a quiz in Moodle from start to finish.

Moodle Activities

Moodle Workshop with Rafael Scapin Part 2

Use H5P in Moodle to create interactive content, enable peer review via Perusall, include peer evaluations and grading, discover forums, upload graded assignments and quizzes, and more.

Moodle Workshop with Rafael Scapin Part 2 Link currently available to John Abbott College employees only.

Using H5P in Moodle

Discover different types of interactive H5P activities in Moodle and learn how to implement these in your course.

H5P Moodle

What is H5P? H5P allows teachers to create interactive quizzes, videos, and presentations. In this resource, Moodle presents an introduction to this tool.

https://docs.moodle.org/39/en/H5P

https://h5p.org/moodle

Moodle Drag and Drop Questions

Implement drag and drop-type questions on Moodle where students are asked to classify labels into the correct order. Presented by Vikram Singh from the FORP team.

Making a Drag and Drop Activity in Moodle

Create a simple labelling activity using H5P in Moodle.

Using the Moodle Wiki: For Students 

This video provides a brief demo for students on how to use a Moodle wiki. Review for your ow knowledge or share with them to provide some additional support for this activity!

Moodle Cloze Questions

Include embedded answer boxes or cloze questions in Moodle. This allows response boxes to be located within a short answer fill-in-the-blank type question. Presented by the FORP team’s Vikram Singh.

Embedded Answers (Cloze) Questions 

What is an embedded answers or cloze question? Familiarize yourself with this type of quiz question on Moodle and follow these steps to set-up your question and provide feedback.

https://docs.moodle.org/38/en/Embedded_Answers_(Cloze)_question_type

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