516 B.Y.O.L.: Getting Introduced to Moodle: How to Design Your First Course
1:15 PM - 2:15 PM Thursday, October 30
LMS / Infrastructure
In today’s training departments, a learning management system is a usually a necessary technology for organizations that utilize eLearning. However, these systems can be expensive, especially for organizations with minimal budgets. Finding low cost learning management system options that still provide the needed features for organizational learning can be a challenge.
In this hands-on session participants will learn about Moodle, a free open-source learning management system that many organizations use for their training and eLearning needs. You will explore how Moodle works from the user and admin perspective. You will walk through the steps for designing a course within Moodle, and what the learner experience of taking that course looks like. You will leave this session with the knowledge to begin exploring the use of Moodle in your own organization.
In this session, you will learn:
- The basics of Moodle operation
- How to design a course in Moodle
- How to take the course online
- How to get real time feedback
Novice designers, developers, project managers, and managers with a basic understanding of instructional design.
in this session:
Web-based systems, Moodle.
A windows/Mac laptop with web browser and Moodle installed.
Rupinder Kaur is a trainer and instructional designer who for the last eight years has worked in both the government and private sectors. Having graduated with distinction from an executive management program in Indore, Rupinder is currently affiliated with ISTD as a faculty trainer and as a volunteer with ASTD Atlanta.