Moodle Video Tutorials

Source : http://teaching.uncc.edu/moodle/vids

 

If you prefer to watch demonstrations of software or tools instead of reading manuals or following written step-by-step instructions, these short video tutorials focusing on Moodle tasks and best practices are for you!

These videos require a Flash plug-in. You can download it at Get the Adobe Flash Player (opens in new window).

Our list will be growing over time so an RSS feed link is provided at the bottom of the page. If you do not see something you like, or need, you can login and leave feedback in our Moodle Video Tutorials forum.

 


 

This video shows you how to upload a single file into your Files area and link to it in your course.

  • Video has audio and is closed-captioned.
  • 2:39 min.

 


 

You can use the Edit Summary tool at the top of the screen to change the appearance to make it look like the course has a header. This is a good place to state the name of your course and add information you want students to know. You can also add summary information to each week or topic.

  • Video has audio and is closed-captioned.
  • 2:20 min.

 


 

How to upload, convert and add a video file to your Moodle course.

 

In Moodle, video is a Resource. From the “Add a Resource” list, select Video.

NOTE: The video option within Moodle requires the Flash player for viewing. Best practice suggests that you add a disclaimer to your course reminding students that they will need the Flash Player installed on their computer. Videos will not play on mobile devices that do not support Flash.

  • Video has audio and is closed-captioned.
  • 5:44 min.

 


 

In this video, we will go over how to add and use the Quickmail tool.

  • Video has audio and is closed-captioned.
  • 2:23 min.

 


 

This video demonstrates how to add Shared Designers, Secondary Instructors, TAs and Permitted Students  to your Moodle course.

  • Video has audio and is closed-captioned.
  • 3:39 min.

 


 

This tutorial demonstrates how to upload assignments in Moodle by attaching and uploading files.

  • Video has audio and is not captioned.
  • 1:55 min.

 


 

When you turn editing on in your Moodle course, three sets of icons are displayed. This video introduces the icons used to customize the blocks in your course.

  • Video has audio and is closed-captioned.
  • 3:08 min.

 


 

Blocks are tools that let you add additional functionality to your course. In this video, you’ll learn about the default blocks and how to add and move blocks.

  • Video has audio and is closed-captioned.
  • 4:59 min.

 


 

How to copy Moodle course content from one semester to another using the Import tool.

NOTE: You cannot copy a Turnitin Assignment from one course into another. During the Import process, on the ‘Import course data’ screen, uncheck the Turnitin assignment.

  • Video has audio and is closed-captioned.
  • 9:44 min.

 


 

When you turn editing on in your Moodle course, three sets of icons are displayed. This video introduces the course content icons that you can use to customize the activities and resources in your course.

  • Video has audio and is closed-captioned.
  • 4:29 min.

 

Course Settings

This tutorial explains several commonly used settings and how to configure these settings in your course.

  • Video has audio and is closed-captioned.
  • 2:52 min.

 

 


 

The Assignment activity enables students to upload digital content for grading. The Advanced Uploading of Files assignment enables students to upload one or more files in any format.

  • Video has audio and is closed-captioned.
  • 5:52 min.

 


 

This tutorial demonstrates how to create and use groupings to release content and activities to specific groups of students.

  • Video has audio and is closed-captioned.
  • 4:48 min.

 


 

In this video, we will go over how to add categories and add grade items to the categories in your grade book.

  • Video has audio and is closed-captioned.
  • 4:40 min.

 


 

This tutorial illustrates how to grant students access to individual courses within Moodle.

  • Video has audio and is closed-captioned.
  • 1:03 min.

 


 

When you turn editing on in your Moodle course, three sets of icons are displayed. This video introduces the course layout icons that you can use to customize the topics or weeks in your course.

  • Video has audio and is closed-captioned.
  • 3:31 min.

 


 

This tutorial demonstrates how to access your course, an overview for the layout for a course, how to turn editing on and off, and how to view your course as your students will see it.

  • Video has audio and is closed-captioned.
  • 3:16 min.

 


 

The Moodle environment is an interactive online environment that allows professor and students to access, share and collaborate on assignments.

Each Moodle environment is created individually by each professor. It is specifically designed for their class and students needs. Because of the wide variety of classes available through Moodle the format may vary. Below are Tips to help you navigate through your course.

  • Video has audio and is closed-captioned.
  • 4:40 min.

 


 

The News Forum is a default tool for communicating important announcements and course reminders. Messages are posted in the course and sent by e-mail to your students.

  • Video has audio and is closed-captioned.
  • 2:16 min.

 


 

In this video, you will learn how to create a Standard Forum for General Use — a threaded discussion. This is an open forum where anyone can post new discussion topics and reply to any posts.

  • Video has audio and is closed-captioned.
  • 4:08 min.

 

Submitting Online Text Assignments

This tutorial demonstrates how to compose an assignment directly within the Moodle text editor.

  • Video has audio and is not captioned.
  • 1:34 min.

 

 


 

Uploading your picture into the User Profile enables the system to use your picture in various places to represent you. Your picture will be displayed in forums, the participant list and in the grade list.

  • Video has audio and is closed-captioned.
  • 3:04 min.

 


 

This tutorial demonstrates how to combine multiple files into one compressed zipped file, how to upload this compressed file into Moodle, and how to unzip this file within a folder in Moodle.

  • Video has audio and is closed-captioned.
  • 2:20 min.

 


 

This tutorial illustrates how to compose, reply, and edit forum (discussion) messages.

  • Video has audio and is not captioned.
  • min.

 


 

This tutorial demonstrates how to view grades in your Moodle courses.

  • Video has audio and is not captioned.
  • 1:23 min.

 

 

 

 

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