Additional tips on using Moodle:
- Padlet is a collaborative bulletin board tool that allows teachers and students to share ideas and resources. It has a wide range of functionality and can allow users to share comments, links, YouTube videos, files, images, etc. This tutorial will demonstrate how to create a Padlet and how to embed it into a Moodle course […]
- Faculty may find it helpful to embed Google Slides directly into their Moodle course sites for students to use. This tutorial will explain how to embed a Google Slide presentation into a Moodle course site. Navigate to the google slide presentation you want to embed into your Moodle site. 2. Within Google Slides, click “File” […]
- Kaltura is designed as a streaming media platform, rather than a file sharing, or drop box system. However, there may be situations in which you want to make your video or audio recordings downloadable. This is possible in Kaltura, but requires a couple of extra steps. Note that you can only permit downloading of your […]
- Trinity subscribes to LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com), a vast library of videos that teach everything from soft skills to software. Anyone from the Trinity community can learn new skills and concepts in bite-sized modules. LinkedIn Learning videos can offer several pedagogical benefits, including: Providing concepts in an alternative medium Accessible content: nearly all content is […]
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Moodle Tips for Students:
- The Moodle courses are created by default as invisible to the students, and once the semester starts, the professors can (optionally) make the courses visible. If you cannot find the course you are enrolled in and that you think has
- For many projects it is important to ensure that images used are copyright free. Listed below are some of the websites that can be used to obtain such images. Sciences Wellcome Collection Archival Images – connects science, medicine, life, and art.
- 1) Click on the assignment for which you have to submit a media file. Click on “Add media submission”. 2) In the upper right corner click on “Add/Record New Media”. Select “Upload New Media”. 3) After the “Upload new media” opens, click “Choose a file to upload”.
- While the frequency and amount of your participation is set by your professor, there are three main hints to use while participating in discussion 1) if you are required to write a long response, it is recommended that you compose
- Go to the course where you must submit the assignment Click on the Assignment name as provided by the professor Click “Add Submission” Drag the file(s) to be submitted into the submission box Select the “save changes” option Submissions can
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