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What is Moodle training?

Over the last few months, I have been recording my training in order to create Moodle courses. This is something I have been planning to do for a while in order to make my training available to everyone wherever they are in the world and to those who have very little time for professional development. As Moodle courses have been on my radar for a long time, I have made an assumption that everyone knows what they are and how they work. It turns out that this is not the case so I thought I would explain more.

Moodle is just the platform that allows me to share my training. When you sign up you will be sent a link to the Moodle platform with access to the course you purchased. Once you can see the course it is very obvious how it is structured.

Below is a snapshot of my Exploring and understanding the IFLA School Library Guidelines and FOSIL course. Each Moodle course consists of 3 videos followed by an activity. All of this is optional. If all you want to do is watch the videos that's fine, there is no obligation to join in any of the other activities unless you want to. All three current courses run in the same format. The beauty of these courses is that you can dip in and out of them as you find the time. If you only have 15mins then just watch one of the videos and then come back later when you have more time to do a little more. I give you 3 months to complete each course and am always around to answer any questions you may have.

Each Moodle course includes a list of resources that are discussed within the videos and a feedback form.

Once you have completed as much as you wish, fill in the feedback form or email me to let me know you have finished and I will send you a certificate of completion.

It really is that simple. Here is where you will find my Moodle courses and if you have any questions please comment below or send me an email.

If you have any suggestions for other courses you would be interested in let me know and I will consider them.

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