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Moodle 3.9 is our Learning or Course Management System at Emily Carr. Every course will have an accompanying Moodle course site that instructors can use to activate student learning online. The Faculty Moodle Guide offers an introduction to Moodle features for those new to the interface or looking to enhance their online course sites. If you have any questions about the guides or want help with Moodle contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
In this section, you will find videos and resources for various Moodle activities. Moodle activities are a great tool for encouraging student engagement and collaboration. If you have any questions about the guides or want help with Moodle contact email@example.com.
In this section, you will find videos and resources for various Moodle resources. The following guides provide step-by-step instructions on how to set-up features, tools, and resources in Moodle. If you have any questions about the guides or want help with Moodle contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kaltura is a video management platform seamlessly integrated with Moodle. You access your media collection via My Media on the vertical menu on the left.
With Kaltura you can:
You can also make use of the Kaltura Media Gallery that can be configured to allow student uploads, downloads, file attachments, comment fields, playlists and more.
For a full overview of the Kaltura package you can check out their documentation here.
For tips and resources on video creation (and Camtasia) se the Teaching and Learning Centre's pages here.
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