Knowledgebase

Welcome to ITLC’s knowledgebase resource. In the sidebar to the right, choose a category and a series of questions and answers will be displayed. Whenever possible, links to additional resources have been provided. Additional resources include: printable, 'how-to' guides, and websites with more detailed training and learning opportunities on specific topics.

The knowledgebase is constantly being updated and improved based on questions we receive from our users – please send your questions to us through the Help Desk ticketing system. Use the search function (above) to locate keywords across all categories. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, please contact the Learning Commons using the information located in the sidebar.

1. Moodle Updates for Instructors - Summer 2017
2. Sample Course

Click here to view an example of how your course might look.

3. I am a staff member or instructor, how do I learn the Moodle basics?

We have developed a comprehensive training course entitled Moodle Level I that will walk you through basic navigation, accessing course materials, email, gradebook, and more.

4. I am a staff member or instructor, how do I learn the intermediate Moodle skills?

We have developed a comprehensive training course entitled Moodle Level II that will walk you through assignments, communicating (messaging), the course calendar, progress bar and more.

5. I am a staff member or instructor, how do I learn the more advanced Moodle skills?

We have developed a comprehensive training course entitled Moodle Level III that will walk you through more Module Activities, Groups, Discussion Forums and more.

Assessing Learning Online - Moodle-compatible tools & resources

Use this resource to determine (at a glance) which tool can achieve your assessment objectives: Assessment for Online Learning

How to make downloading video (or audio only) available to students on your course page.

Moodle Audio/Video guide: Make content stream as audio only OR video and make all content downloadable.

Instructor help to make audio-only available and downloadable to students.

Audio/Video in Moodle guide will explain how to make "audio-only" content  and downloadable content available for students with limited internet.

Do you offer access to the Moodle Community's help resources?

Yes, the Moodle Community's help documents are referred to as "moodledocs". Here is the link to the moodledocs main page

Yukon College is using Moodle Version 3.0 since August 18th, 2016. When referring to documentation on Moodle.org (above) be sure to select the correct version.
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