Moodle e-Learning Community Wiki
We are in the process of MOVING OVER some basic FAQs from another site ... Stay tuned ...
Getting Started FAQ for Participants
The Getting Started - Participants FAQ is a place for collecting information helpful to new students, staff and faculty who are just finding their way around as a new participant in the MIIS elearning environment. Relevant topics include: how to log in, how to update your personal profile, how to change or update your email address, and basic navigation and use tips.
Getting Started FAQ for Course Editors
The Getting Started - Course Editors FAQ is a place for collecting information helpful for anyone interested in learning how to create/edit a MIIS elearning course space. Relevant topics include: how to request a new course space, how to turn editing on, how to edit section text, how to add links and upload resources, and other basic steps in adding resources and forums to a course space.
First Semester Moodle Use FAQ
The First Semester with Moodle FAQ is a place for collecting information about puzzles that are frequently encountered during the first semester of using Moodle. Relevant topics include: How do I change my photo? What can't I reply to a message in the News Forum? Some students aren't receiving copies of forum posts in their email - how can we fix that? How do I highlight any new forum posts since my last log-in?
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!