MOODLE TRAINING AND PRACTICES
Southern University transitioned to the MOODLE Course Management System (CMS) during the fall semester.
The Division of Information Technology (DoIT) at SUBR provides faculty and students a variety of support and training options. For more information contact Mrs. Chrisena Williams Brown at 225-771-5017 or email her at email@example.com
We intend to provide expert tutorial that will assist our faculty in discovering the tools and features of the MOODLE CMS and best practices videos that enable them to design online courses aligned to current quality standards of Quality Matters and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) Commission.
This video channel shares best online course design aligned to the Quality Matters standards. The role of the Southern University System (SUS) Council for Online Learning Practitioners (SUS-COLP) is to assist the Executive Vice-President for Academic Affairs in providing guidelines, policies and identifying professional development needs to nurture a culture of quality assurance and excellence in online learning design, delivery and the assessment of Online Students Learning Outcomes (OSLO).
This is an excellent playlist developed by colleagues from the Moodle Team in Australia. It covers many grounds.
This playlist was developed by the Moodle Official partner to support the delivery of a global MOOC.
You can learn more about the Moodle App by going to the Moodle org web site here. The Moodle App enables users to (1) Engage in discussions and real time text chat, (2) Keep up to date with messages and calendar reminders, (3) Download course content for offline viewing, (4) Complete activities such as quizzes on the move.
Moodle Desktop enables user to access your Moodle courses on Windows, Mac machines and tablets. With Moodle Desktop you can experience all these popular (and more) functionalities that are found in Moodle Mobile, on your desktop or Surface tablets.