For more assistance, please contact Moodle Help at (973) 290-4044 or email email@example.com.
Moodle (Modular Object Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment) is an Open Source Course Management System (CMS), also known as a Learning Management System (LMS) or a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). It has become very popular among educators around the world as a tool for creating online dynamic web sites for their students. We've migrated from Moodle 1.9 to Moodle 2.2.
Moodle workshops are scheduled every semester on various topics. Please view the Workshop Schedule and sign up for appropriate workshops.
How to backup courses in Moodle
This video demonstrate how to backup and save the Moodle course in your local drive.
How to import courses in Moodle
This document illustrates how to transfer your Moodle course to another semester.
Many websites offer detailed collections of tutorials and resources on how to teach with Moodle. Please click the "+" sign next to each heading to see more information.
Atomic Learning offers an online tutorial course which guide instructors through the Moodle™ 2.0 interface. Additionally, you'll learn how to set up courses, use blocks and add resources, and more - all while interacting in the online Moodle community. Please log into CSE Moodle site to retrieve Atomic Learning login name and password. After you log into Atomic Learning, search for Moodle 2 tutorial.
Go to Atomic Learning
Think Tutorial offers quick, simple and easy to follow tutorials covering all aspects of Moodle 2 basics.
Go to Think Tutorial Moodle Tutorial
TeacherTrainingVideo.com offers many Moodle videos for beginner.
Go to TeacherTrainingVideos.com Moodle tutorial for beginner
cats-pyjamas.net offers a large poster highlighting the uses of different Moodle modules for teachers in the style of Bloom's taxonomy.
Go to cats-pyjamas.net Bloom's taxonomy for Moodle