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The E-Learning Environments team provide a range of UCL specific Mo= odle guides here. You can also browse the official Moodle guides at Moodle.org.
If you are looking for information about other e-learning tools aside fr= om Moodle and Turnitin please see the UCL E-Learning w= ebsite.
Please also have a look at the E-= learning Wiki for a whole range of more pedagogically focused e-learnin= g articles
>> Courses - how to set up your courses
>> Editing text and embedding content - how to use t= he text editor
>> Activities - how to involve students actively = in their learning
>> Resources - how to add static materials to your= course.
>> Blocks - how to add extra items and information to= the sides of your course page.
>> Questions - how to create questions for use in = quizzes and Moodle's lesson module
>> Course enrolment - how to give students access = to your course.
>> Grouping users - how to put students into groups a= nd why this is useful.
>> Grades - how to use the gradebook, scales and adva= nced grading methods.
>> Tracking progress - how to control and display p= rogress through a course.
>> Reusing activities - how to copy or recycle eleme= nts of your course.
>> Personalising Moodle
Because Moodle can be so varied in it's usage within courses, we have de= fined a minimum benchmark for Moodle courses to align towards, called the <= a href=3D"/display/UCLELearning/UCL+E-Learning+Framework">E-Learning Framew= ork.