Learning Management Systems – Lecture 32 – Learning Management Systems

Checking a grade on an assignments Gradebook DROP BOX URL:Uniform Resource Locator HTML Editing a Drop Box item Optional properties Moving or coping dropbox item to another folder CHAT ROOM SECTION INFO FORUMS Additional Functions Messages

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CSC350: Learning Management SystemsCOMSATS Institute of Information Technology (Virtual Campus) Lecture # 32 Review Learning Management Systems2Review of Systems3Lecture # 15 EViews-Software4Eviews-IntroductionEviews-Getting Started UpdatingData HandlingGraphs, Tables, and SpoolsGeneral EViews InterfaceProgramming SupportTopics of Discussion5Lecture # 18 EViews-Functions6Topics of DiscussionGenerating trend series (T)Looking at a pair of series togetherEstimating regression: LOGVOL = α + βtForecasting7Lecture # 19 Moodle Modular object-oriented dynamic learning environment8Topics of DiscussionMoodle in BriefIntroduction: MoodleOverviewPluginsThemesTranslationsMobileE-learning standards support9Moodle in BriefOriginal author(s): Martin DougiamasDeveloper(s):Martin DougiamasMoodle HQMoodle CommunityStable release: 2.9 / May 11, 2015; 2 months agoWritten in:PHPOperating system Cross-platformType: Course management systemLicense: GPLv3+Website: www.moodle.org 10E-learning standards supportSharable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) is a collection of e-learning standards and specifications that define communications between client side content and a server side learning management system, as well as how externally authored content should be packaged in order to integrate with the LMS effectively. There are two versions: SCORM 1.2 and SCORM 2004. Moodle is SCORM 1.2 compliant, and passes all the tests in the ADL Conformance test suite 1.2.7 for SCORM 1.2. SCORM 2004 is not supported in Moodle, however Rustici Software have a Moodle plugin which can turn any Moodle site into a fully compliant SCORM 2004 LMS.1112Lecture # 20 Moodle.. Modular object-oriented dynamic learning environment13Topics of DiscussionE-learning standards supportEnd-of-life (EOL)Creating a new Course Pedagogical approachMoodle conferencesAdoption1415End-of-life (EOL)"End-of-life" (EOL) is a term used with respect to a product supplied to customers with respect to its useful life.Vendor intends to stop marketing, selling, or sustaining it.In the specific case of product sales, a vendor may employ the more specific term "end-of-sale" (EOS). Different lifetime examples include toys from fast food chains, cars (10 years), and mobile phones (3 years).16Creating a new Course 1718Getting Started 192021Lecture # 21 Moodle . Modular object-oriented dynamic learning environment22Topics of DiscussionCreating a new Course Getting StartedEditingAdding BlocksManaging CourseAdding ResourcesAdding Activities 23Creating a new Course 2425Getting Started 2627Editing elements of your course With the editing turned on, each item on your course homepage and each section/block will have icons next to it which all perform different functions such as edit /move / copy/ delete/ hide. 2829To move a Block Blocks appear at the side(s) of your course area. To move one, Turn Editing On and *click and release* the Block's Move icon. Place holders - zones with a dashed border - appear on the screen indicating the possible areas where your Block can appear. Click the placeholder where you want the Block appear. On course area homepages, you can move Blocks from one side to the other, but not into the middle. 30Managing your course The Course Administration section of the Settings block allows teachers to manage different aspects of their course. 31Managing your course Edit Settings - this takes you to the Course settings page. You can rename the course, change its format from Weekly to Topic or alter the number of sections .etc 32Managing your course Users –can enroll new users Filters - can enable or disable any allowed Filters for your course. Grades - allows to view, add and edit your students' Grades. 33Managing your course Backup/Restore - these links allow you to make copies of your course or bring in courses backed up elsewhere. Import - can import activities into your course here. 34Managing your course Publish - can publish your course to one of the Community hubs here. Reset –allows removing all old user information at the end of an academic year or session in order to start afresh. 35Adding Resources As well as adding interactive exercises for your students, you can provide them with static resources. To add a resource, turn on your editing, choose the section in your Course homepage where you'd like it to appear and click the drop down menu "Add a resource". 36Adding Resources File - If you want to upload your course documents in another format, you can save them on Moodle and provide easy access for your students. Folder - If you upload a lot of content, you may want to organize it in directories. Then you can display the contents of the entire folder instead of creating individual files.37Adding Resources IMS content package - An IMS content package allows for packages created according to the IMS Content Packaging specification to be displayed in the course. IMS is a body which helps defines technical standards for various things, including e-learning material.38Adding Resources Label - A label enables text and images to be inserted among the activity links on the course page. Page - A page enables a web page to be displayed and edited within the course. URL - You can also easily create links to other web sites outside your Moodle course. 39Adding Activities Moodle provides a great number of learning activities for students. To add an activity, turn on your editing, choose the section in your Course homepage where you'd like it to appear and click the drop down menu "Add an activity". 40Adding Activities Assignments: Ask students to hand in some workChat: Set up a chat room for studentsChoice: Set up a vote for studentsDatabase: Set up a database for students to contribute toForum: Set up forums for students to participate in discussion41Adding Activities Glossary: Set up glossaries that your students can contribute toLesson: Set up self-marking lessonsQuiz: Set up self-marking tests using questions that you create using the moodle question bankSCROM: Upload self-contained content packages which can be self-marking42Adding Activities Survey: Provide students with pre-prepared surveys to assess their e-learning experienceWiki: Set up wikis for your students and decide who sees what and who can edit whatWorkshop: peer assessment activity with many options. Students submit their work via an on line text tool and attachments. There are two grades for a student: their own work and their peer assessments of other students' work.43Lecture # 22 Moodle . Modular object-oriented dynamic learning environment44Topics of DiscussionAssignmentsOnline TextUploading Advanced uploadingMarking/GradingQuick Grading4546Online textAllow resubmitting: If ‘yes’ students can resubmit their work. If ‘No’ and a student submit work by accident and there’s no way back.47Online textEmail alerts to teachers: If Moodle knows your email address and you choose yes you will receive an email each time a student submits work to you.48Online textComment inline: If ‘yes’ you will be able to type in amongst the text that your student submits. Choose ‘No’ and your feedback is kept separate.49Advanced uploading of filesMaximum Size: Choose the maximum file size for any single file uploaded by the students.Allow deleting: Can a student delete a submitted file or not?50Advanced uploading of filesMaximum number of uploaded files: Decide how many files should be submitted for the task.Allow notes: Do you want to provide your students with a place to write some notes, e.g. to explain which file is which.51Advanced uploading of filesHide description before available date: If you choose to do this, the task instructions will be hidden and replaced by: ‘Sorry, this assignment is not yet available. Assignment instructions will be displayed here on the date given below.’52Advanced uploading of filesEmail alerts to teachers: If Moodle knows your email address and you choose yes you will receive an email each time a student submits work to you.Enable Send for marking: If you choose yes the student clicks a button which says ‘Send for marking’ when they are uploaded the finished files. If no, the work appears as submitted as soon as a file has been uploaded by the student.53Marking AssignmentsWhen students submit work you can access it by clicking on the assignment andfollowing the link in the top right hand corner which says ‘View submitted assignments’ or ‘No attempts have been made on this assignment’. This link takes you to a list of students enrolled on the course.54Quick grading:1. Input the grade and a comment directly onto the page where you can see a list of all the students.2. Quick grading will not allow you to provide feedback within the text of an online text assignment. However, quick grading is probably preferable when inputting grades and feedback for uploaded files or offline activities.3. To switch quick grading on you tick the box ‘Allow quick grading’ (bottom right) and then click ‘Save preferences’.55Quick grading:3. To switch quick grading on you tick the box ‘Allow quick grading’ (bottom right) and then click ‘Save preferences’.56Allow resubmitting: If ‘yes’ students can resubmit their work. If ‘No’ and a student submit work by accident and there’s no way back.57Upload a single fileLecture # 23 Moodle . Modular object-oriented dynamic learning environment58Topics of DiscussionQuizzesMaking and setting questions Description of different types of questionsMaking Essay questionsMatching questions/answersNumerical questionsMaking MCQsMaking True/False questions59Quizzes: Making Questions606162Lecture # 24 Moodle . Modular object-oriented dynamic learning environment63Topics of DiscussionMaking a QuizRole of Question-BankForumsA single simple discussionEach person posts one discussionQ and A forumStandard forum displayed in a blog-like-formatStandard forum for general useChoices (of teacher & subject)GlossaryChatGradebook64Making a quiz65Making a quiz5. In the attempts section you can:Set the number of times your students can try the test (number of attempts allowed). Allow your students to concentrate on questions that were answered incorrectly on the previous attempt by selecting yes for ‘each attempt builds on the last’ (provided more than one attempt is allowed).6667ForumsWhen you add a forum to your Moodle course, you are making an online message board for your students to talk to one another or with you. Forums are very easy to set up and there are 5 different types. Which forum you choose depends on how you want discussion to take place. 68GlossaryBy default the glossary allows your students to contribute their own definitions (you can stop this if you wish) so teachers can ask students to define new terms that they come across. In turn, definitions could be rated and the best could be exported to a main glossary that students can’t edit.69ChatThe chat module allows you to create an online chat room where your students take part in live discussions by sending and receiving instant messages. Only students enrolled on your course can participate. As a teacher you can consult transcripts for past chat sessions, you can even set up the chat room so that students can view past chats.70GradebookAll the grades for each student in a course can be found in the 'Grader report' under the ‘Grades’ option in Course administration block.71Lecture # 25 Slate Sakai Learning & Teaching Environment72Topics of DiscussionOverview of SLATEGetting StartedUser Name iXXZZZZ (batch + R.no.)PasswordMy Workspace ScheduleResourcesAnnouncements73Logging out-- Close all browser windows Note: Using the browser’s “Back” button will not take you to the prior page, but instead will take you to the prior tool you were using. 74Tools in ‘My Workspace’HomeThe Home page is a customizable tool serves as the landing page. By default, the Home page includes the most frequently used tools by worksite users, such as recent announcements, recent messages, and a worksite information page.75Lecture # 26 Slate: Worksite Tools (Sakai Learning & Teaching Environment)76Topics of DiscussionAccount ..ReviewAssignmentsReviewHomeSyllabusAnnouncementResourcesResubmitting a returned assignmentChecking a grade on an assignmentsGradebook77‘My Workspace’ReviewHomeThe Home page is a customizable tool serves as the landing page. By default, the Home page includes the most frequently used tools by worksite users, such as recent announcements, recent messages, and a worksite information page.78Account ..Review798081Note: The assignment must have a status of “open” for a student to be able to work on it. If you attempt to submit an assignment past the due date/time, the following message will display: “The close date of the assignment has passed. You can no longer submit an answer.” 8283Lecture # 27 Slate: Worksite Tools (Sakai Learning & Teaching Environment)84Topics of DiscussionChecking a grade on an assignmentsGradebookDROP BOXURL:Uniform Resource Locator HTMLEditing a Drop Box itemOptional propertiesMoving or coping dropbox item to another folderCHAT ROOM SECTION INFOFORUMSAdditional FunctionsMessages85Lecture # 28 Slate: Worksite Tools.. (Sakai Learning & Teaching Environment)86Lecture # 29 Slate for Instructors87888990919293949596979899100101102Lecture # 30 Slate with MS-Equation103Thank You104

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