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Managing Your DIGI-FACE Moodle site 2022 Self-paced

While this mini-module is for anyone with an interest in learning more about Moodle administration, it is of most use to Centre IT Managers, Course Coordinators and Facilitators who need to manage modules and Participant enrolment.  We know that when you first start using a learning management system it can appear daunting.  However, it doesn’t have to be.  Our goal is to simplify the process and show you how you can get your Centre up and running on Moodle.

Technology Enhanced Teaching and Learning Self-paced 2022

This course introduces a selection of key pedagogical principles that are appropriate for use in blended and online learning. Academics are guided in how these principles can be used to design online learning content that adheres to identified pedagogical principles. Selected Tools and Technology that can be used to create learning content that adheres to the chosen design and pedagogical principles are introduced for the Moodle LMS.

This version of the module is self-paced and taught without a facilitator. If you want to be enrolled, please contact sonja.ebbing@uol.de.

Exploring the online learning environment 2022 Self-paced

This course aims to introduce participants from the DIGI-FACE centres to the Online Classroom, also called the Learning Management System (LMS). Moodle is the LMS used to host the DIGIFACE learning site. It’s a very commonly used open-source platform used by many universities around the world. In this course you will learn how to use Moodle both as i) a student, and ii) a lecturer. It is vital to understand both these roles so that you can become a course designer or facilitator that develops the best possible learning experience for your students.

This version of the module is self-paced and taught without a facilitator. If you want to be enrolled, please contact sonja.ebbing@uol.de.

DIGI-FACE: Academic Written and Graphic Presentation Self-Paced 2022

This course aims at providing you with the basics needed for presenting your academic work professionally. You will learn how to set up professional Word documents, presentations and posters. The pedagogical approach used include evidence-based practices of repetition, retrieval, reflection, and generative and interleaved practice, all of which are designed to make what you learn ‘stick’. By practicing and mastering the skills required in this course, you will be able to present your academic writing and prepare visual presentations without having to think too hard about how to set out your work professionally.

This version of the module is self-paced and taught without a facilitator. If you want to be enrolled, please contact sonja.ebbing@uol.de.

Facilitator: Thanh Thi Nguyen