Learning Technology

Tag: Moodle

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Not getting emails from Moodle – why is that?

June 13th, 2016 at 11:06

A common question from users is why they, or their students, aren’t receiving emails from Moodle. Here are some of the commonest reasons why this might be, and some special cases that can affect emails from emails. They are marked as clutter The emails are being swept into Outlook 365’s Clutter folder (or your junk [...]

Getting the most out of your VLE: Maximising Moodle (ALT-C 2013 presentation)

October 29th, 2013 at 09:10

In her talk at the ALT-C conference in September, Suzanne Wright discussed a student-centred investigation exploring maximising the potential of our online learning environment based on Moodle. Since migrating to Moodle in September 2012, we have explored approaches to ensure we maximise the potential of Moodle across the institution, to ensure online learning moves from [...]

e-Learning Community: Moodle, Nov 2012

November 9th, 2012 at 01:11

The first e-learning community meeting for the academic session was held on Wednesday 7th November. A popular event, the meeting explored the roll-out of Moodle across Nottingham. The event was recorded and the presentations are available below: Introduction and new features: Non YouTube users: http://flashstreaming.nottingham.ac.uk/progress.php/ELC/elc.mov Stories from the ‘coal face’: Cecilia Goria Non YouTube users: http://flashstreaming.nottingham.ac.uk/progress.php/ELC/elc2.mov Fergus Doherty Non [...]

Phew! What we did last summer

October 8th, 2012 at 04:10

This time of year is always a busy one. New students, new modules, new systems, new services… it’s all new, upgraded and in full use. It barely gives anyone in the University time to think and digest what has happened. As such, perhaps if only in blog form, for the summer just gone, between Olympic [...]

Participatory Online Learning

April 5th, 2012 at 08:04

On the 14th March 2012, the e-learning community met to explore the theme of particpaotry online learning. With all the extra tools and features available in Moodle, this was a timely look at ways to harness learner participation and social learning. Chris Gratton explored the Graduate School’s moderated participatory online courses for research postgraduates and how [...]

Did you know you can add a photograph or avatar to your profile in Moodle?

February 17th, 2012 at 09:02

As with all social networks and communities, having a picture associated with your profile gives you an immediate identity and oils the wheels of interaction. If you interact with a lecturer or student you didn’t know before, you have a chance of recognizing them in the corridor, coffee room or lecture hall. If you’re on [...]

Moodle is coming

December 19th, 2011 at 11:12

Recently the Moodle migration team put together this short video about the project. Enjoy!

e-Learning Community: Moving to Moodle

December 15th, 2011 at 03:12

On Weds 7th December 2011, the e-learning community meeting discussed the ongoing migration to Moodle. Details and links to the presentations below… Moodle: Where we are now and where we’re going – Andy Beggan 1.       Moodle: How it’s changed my course – Sally Chappell, Molecular Medical Sciences 2.       WebCT and Moodle: Compare and Contrast – [...]

e-Learning Community: Weds 7 Dec: Moving to Moodle

November 30th, 2011 at 11:11

The next meeting is on Wednesday, December 7th, 2011 in LT1, Medical School, University Park from 12:30 till 2PM. The theme will be Moodle and particularly the experiences of pilot users. Opening Moodle: Where we are now and where we’re going – Andy Beggan, IS (15 minutes) Three Users 1.       Moodle: How it’s changed my [...]

Model for engagement

2 October 21st, 2011 at 03:10

With the rollout of Moodle here at the University I have increasingly been pondering on what is the most effective way to engage academic staff with technology enhanced learning?  Online courses, face-to-face training, support websites, handouts, study guides, posters…. the list goes on and the answer is, of course, “yes all of them”.  The academic community [...]