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== Getting Started ==
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== Getting Started FAQ for Students ==
  
The [[Getting Started]] section contains information for those who have never created a course in Moodle before. It includes: How to log in, how to request a new course space, and the basic steps in adding materials to a course space.
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The [[Getting Started - Students]] contains information for those who have never created a course in Moodle before. It includes: How to log in, how to request a new course space, and the basic steps in adding materials to a course space.
  
== First few weeks  ==
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== Getting Started FAQ for Faculty/Staff ==
  
This section contains FAQs and information about topics that are frequently encountered during the first semester of using Moodle with students. Examples include: My students can't post to the News Forum - why not?
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The [[Getting Started - Faculty/Staff]] is a place for collecting information helpful to those who have never created a MIIS elearning course before. It includes: How to log in, how to request a new course space, and the basic steps in adding materials to a course space.
  
== Extra Topics  ==
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== First semester with Moodle FAQ for Faculty/Staff ==
  
This section contains information for those who have finished their initial semester of working with Moodle, and are interested in exploring ways of refining Moodle use to match a particular pedagogical goal or teaching context. Examples include: embedding online videos, etc.
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The [[First Semester with Moodle - Faculty/Staff FAQ]] contains FAQs and information about topics that are frequently encountered during the first semester of using Moodle with students. Examples include: My students can't post to the News Forum - why not?
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== Specialized topics FAQ ==
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The [[Specialized Topics FAQ]] contains information for those who have finished their initial semester of working with Moodle, and are interested in exploring ways of refining their use of Moodle and other technologies to best support a particular pedagogical goal or teaching context. Examples include: embedding online videos, etc.
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== Non-MIIS Resources for Learning About Moodle ==
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The Moodle e-Learning Community Wiki is designed to contain information specific to the Monterey Institute community.  However, many other organizations have far more extensive resources for learning about and using Moodle.  Check out (and contribute to) the [[Non-MIIS Moodle Resources]] page to broaden your horizons!

Revision as of 19:06, 19 December 2008

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We are in the process of MOVING OVER our FAQs from another site ...


Getting Started FAQ for Students

The Getting Started - Students contains information for those who have never created a course in Moodle before. It includes: How to log in, how to request a new course space, and the basic steps in adding materials to a course space.

Getting Started FAQ for Faculty/Staff

The Getting Started - Faculty/Staff is a place for collecting information helpful to those who have never created a MIIS elearning course before. It includes: How to log in, how to request a new course space, and the basic steps in adding materials to a course space.

First semester with Moodle FAQ for Faculty/Staff

The First Semester with Moodle - Faculty/Staff FAQ contains FAQs and information about topics that are frequently encountered during the first semester of using Moodle with students. Examples include: My students can't post to the News Forum - why not?

Specialized topics FAQ

The Specialized Topics FAQ contains information for those who have finished their initial semester of working with Moodle, and are interested in exploring ways of refining their use of Moodle and other technologies to best support a particular pedagogical goal or teaching context. Examples include: embedding online videos, etc.

Non-MIIS Resources for Learning About Moodle

The Moodle e-Learning Community Wiki is designed to contain information specific to the Monterey Institute community. However, many other organizations have far more extensive resources for learning about and using Moodle. Check out (and contribute to) the Non-MIIS Moodle Resources page to broaden your horizons!