These webinars will be of interest to all teaching staff at LSBU. Each webinar will consist of presentation that will last between 20 and 30 minutes and then there will short time for questions by the participants.
The webinars take place on Wednesdays from 1:00 to 2:00 pm.
The following links will take you to ‘My Workplace’ where you can book a webinar:
What’s new in Moodle.
This webinar highlights the new features and functionality of the upgraded Moodle platform. It covers the basic of the new user interface and will give an overview of the new feature.
Getting Moodle ready for next semester – Moodle Setup.
Make an early start on preparing your module for the new semester. We will guide you through the process of ‘copying’ over content into the new semester module and making sure your Moodle module achieves the DEL Baseline.
Anonymous Marking in Moodle.
Anonymous marking in Moodle allows you to grade student’s work without seeing any identifiable student information. This webinar will show you how to set up the anonymous marking settings in Moodle and highlight some of the common issues related to this type of marking.
Check your assignments are ready for submission.
Are you sure that you have the correct settings when you set up your assignment in Moodle? This webinar will give a short demonstration of the recommended settings to use for both Moodle and Turnitin.
Approaches to providing electronic feedback.
The main aim of this webinar is to look at two tools in Moodle that can improve the consistency and reliability of your assignment feedback, Rubrics and Marking Guides. The webinar will show you how to set them up and then use them to give improved feedback to your students.
Moodle Site Health Check (Moodle self-audit and reporting).
Do you know what information or content you need to put into your Moodle module? This webinar will introduce you to LSBU’s Digital Enhanced Learning (DEL) Baseline and show you how to self-audit your own modules in Moodle.
For further details or if you have any further questions or would like to suggest another topic please contact Chris Rowell firstname.lastname@example.org