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New Resource for Dawson Faculty: Teaching with Moodle!

 

 

 

A new resource is available to faculty. It is an asynchronous, self-paced online course called “Teaching with Moodle”, which has been developed by Madeleine Bazerghi (Pedagogical Counsellor, OAD). 

Click here and use your Dawson login for registration information.



Moodle
 allows teachers to:

• upload files such as narrated PowerPoints, videos, jpegs, word, excel, pdfs;
• use the Chat and Forum features in order to communicate with students, possibly limiting the quantity of emails you receive;
• engage students with wikis, workshops, glossaries, H5P integration, databases etc.;
• build a lesson using the “book” feature, where students can navigate a lesson, page by page;
• obtain feedback from your students;
• poll your students;
• record short video or audio clips to supplement text-based content;
• check student learning with formative quizzes or assignments;
• create a bank of exam questions that can be shuffled and chosen at random so that every student has a different exam;
• correct your exams;
• track student progress;
• provide feedback.

Once you build a course in Moodle, the same course can be edited or re-used. This asynchronous, self-paced, online course is designed to help you learn about Moodle, or refine your Moodle skills. Follow the entire course, or select modules according to your interests.

Click here and use your Dawson login for registration information.

 



Last Modified: August 11, 2020