This week Moodle launched the latest iteration of their popular Moodle MOOC – Learn Moodle 3.5
Learn Moodle 3.5 Basics
This free course is designed for anybody who wants to use the Moodle learning platform for teaching, whether it be in a school, a university, a company or just personal interest! The four-week course is also a great opportunity to connect with the vibrant Moodle community dedicated to sharing resources, ideas and anything that could help inspire better teaching practices everywhere.
Anyone planning to offer e-learning courses should check out Learn Moodle. The course is designed for teachers or trainers who desire to learn how to use Moodle to help their learners.
Learn the basics. Find out about the features that have transformed this platform into one of the most popular in the market today. Discover new features it’s developers have put in place to ensure the software meets the needs existing in the market today.
Well, participants need to spare four weeks to cover the course and be proficient in using Moodle. You would need around 3-4 hours each week. In a month, that would translate to around 16 hours. Sixteen hours that the participant would have put into good use.
At the end of the sixteen hours, participants will be awarded a Mozilla Open Badge. The award is a recognition of the learner’s active participation in the online class and for completing the course.
The course is ideal for teachers interested in using Moodle to teach in school or university/college. It also serves the needs of any corporate trainer interested in taking a company’s employees through e-learning courses. Anybody who desires to learn just for personal interest will also be well served by taking this free Moodle course.
Moodle has one of the most vibrant communities. As you complete the Learn Moodle course, you will be able to network and join in with this learning community. This gives you the chance to connect and form lasting and mutually beneficial relationships with other members of the community. The community is active on social media platforms too.
Therefore, use this opportunity to log into Twitter to join the discussions using #learnmoodle.
Past participants who completed the Learn Moodle course received training that equips them to:
The current course started on 18 June, 2018, but it’s still not too late to get involved! Visit https://learn.moodle.net/
And if you would prefer to learn face to face or have some onsite training, use the contact form on this page to get in touch with us or see our latest courses.