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  • The nature of your task: what are learners being asked to do?

  • Is this task appropriate for delivery via the Moodle Blog, which is user-based and not specific to any single course?

Meeting the baseline

The UCL E-Learning Baseline suggests the following for Orientation:

  • 2.2 Explain participation requirements
    • Identify which activities are compulsory and optional
    • Provide an indicator of effort (such as timings or page counts) for all compulsory tasks

    • Explain how students are expected to use UCL and external e-learning tools. This PowerPoint Induction template provides a starting point. Wholly online courses might provide this information as a screen-cast video, with a voice over
    • Link to instructions for any e-learning tools that students are expected to use.

 For Student Active Participation it is suggested that:

  •  9.1 Students can share learning resources either individually or collaboratively using online tools (such as wikis, glossaries, databases and discussion forums).

How do I set one up?

Add a Blog entry quick guide

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