By i.niculescu, on 5 September 2023
The ‘Getting Started with Moodle’ course has been updated in light of the Moodle 4.2 upgrade*. Additionally, we are pleased to introduce the ‘Getting Started with Lecturecast (Echo360)’ course.
These two self-paced courses cover the basics of using Moodle and Lecturecast (Echo360). They are aimed at UCL staff who are new to Moodle and Lecturecast as well as those wishing to brush up on their knowledge.
The courses provide a series of video and written guides, links to further resources and interactive activities. As they complete the course, staff are encouraged to practice using a Moodle Test course.
*Please note, the ‘Getting Started with Moodle‘ course does not focus on the Moodle 4.2 upgrade, for guidance and updates about this, please use the Moving to Moodle 4.2 self-paced course https://42-training.preview-moodle.ucl.ac.uk/course/view.php?id=15
Getting started with Moodle
The estimated completion time is up to 2 hours or 3 hours if the assessment is completed. The course covers how to:
- Navigate: overview of how to navigate the Moodle homepage and course page
- Build: learn how to add resources and activities
- Access: give students and colleagues access to your course
The course can be accessed via the following link https://moodle.ucl.ac.uk/course/view.php?id=24915
Please note this is a self-paced course which you can complete in your own time. You also have the option to receive a certificate at the end of the course.
After completing the course, staff can get further support by getting in touch via email or by booking a 15 min consultancy session.
Getting started with Lecturecast (Echo360)
The estimated completion time is 1:30 hours, and the course covers the following:
- Lecturecast Overview
- 3-step training guide for beginners
- Advance training
The course can be accessed via the following link Course: Getting started with Lecturecast (Echo360) (ucl.ac.uk)
Lecturecast online live training
In anticipation of the year ahead, we are also offering online live training sessions to those engaged in preparation for next year’s Lecturecast content. Moreover, we’re committed to tailoring this training to address other pertinent needs within the Lecturecast (Echo360) platform.
If you’re interested or know colleagues who could benefit, kindly complete the form, and we’ll contact you shortly.