Category Archives for Moodle Tips
In order to keep up with security updates, feature additions, and improvements, we’ve upgraded Hampshire Moodle installations to version 2.6. The highlights of the changes include: A new, Hampshire-branded, responsive theme/design. A new format that allows for collapsing and expanding … Continue reading
A group of faculty met on September 20th, 2013 in the Center for Teaching and Learning to discuss Moodle. Natalie Arnold of IA and Jason Tor of NS showed their moodle sites and strategies with the group. Here are some … Continue reading
Fall 2013 Sites Are Here Most Fall 2013 Moodle sites are now available in Moodle. After logging in you’ll see them listed under “Future Courses”. If you had a Moodle site for a previous version of your course, email firstname.lastname@example.org … Continue reading
Here’s a recap of last week’s Moodle lunch for faculty. John Slepian of IA kindly agreed to show us how he uses Moodle. He also teaches at Smith, so had used it for a few years there, even before Hampshire … Continue reading
Moodle As most of you will know, this past fall was our first semester with all courses using Moodle. We had 194 classes using Moodle, which represents about 80% of all classes excluding OPRA and independent studies. Not too shabby!
Yesterday we had a lunch discussion session about how faculty at Hampshire are using Moodle. About 18 faculty attended and I think we all learned something, myself included! Here are my notes on what we discussed. Forums Forums are often … Continue reading
A lot of people really like the “Participants” list in Moodle- check it out if you haven’t already. It’s linked to in the “People” block. You can see a list of your students (with pictures) so it’s handy for matching … Continue reading