A complete guide to successful learning using Moodle
The new edition of the best selling introduction to using Moodle for teaching, updated for Moodle 2.0
Straightforward coverage of installing and using the Moodle system, suitable for newcomers to Moodle as well as existing Moodle users who want to get a few tips
A unique course-based approach focuses your attention on designing well-structured, interactive, and successful courses
Configure site settings, set up the front page, create user accounts, and create courses
Moodle is the leading Open Source learning management system. Using Moodle, teachers can easily construct richly textured web-based courses. A course can consist of a number of lessons, with each lesson including reading materials; activities such as quizzes, tests, surveys, and projects; and social elements that encourage interaction and group work between students.
Moodle 2.0 E-Learning Course Development shows you how to use Moodle as a tool to enhance your teaching. It will help you analyse your students' requirements, and come to an understanding of what Moodle can do for them. After that you'll see how to use every feature of Moodle to meet your course goals. Moodle is relatively easy to install and use, but the real challenge is to develop a learning process that leverages its power and maps effectively onto the content established learning situation. This book guides you through meeting that challenge.
The latest edition of the ultimate introduction to Moodle will show you how to add static learning material, interactive activities, and social features to your courses so that students reach their learning potential. Whether you want to support traditional class teaching or lecturing, or provide complete online and distance learning courses, this book will prove a powerful resource throughout your use of Moodle.
A complete guide to successful learning using Moodle, focused on course development and delivery and using the best educational practices.
The newest edition of the best selling introduction to Moodle showing you how to set up an e-learning site using the hotly-anticipated version 2.0