Now that you have a new Moodle course, you need to decide how you are going to organise it. UCL has a set of for each Moodle course which you will want to refer to, together with some more in-depth guidance for enhancing your course. This page provides guidance on how to edit your new Moodle course, add or remove the blocks that appear in the left and right columns on your main course page and add additional activities and resources.
We recommend you attend a to learn how to edit and add resources to your Moodle course/s.
- To learn how to get started with Moodle read
- Fill in the title of your course in the very first topic block (see )
- Add links to:
- Module outline
- Module handbook
- Reading List
- Fill in titles for each topic (see )
- Add other tutors or Course Administrators, so they can also edit the Moodle course (see )
Note that your students may find it helpful if you outline your expectations for their use of Moodle - i.e. is it mainly a repository for lecture materials; how often will resources be updated; will they be expected to engage in discussions; do they need to take part in activities; how much time should they spend in Moodle each week; is use of Moodle assessed in any way, etc.