MOODLE

Overview

Moodle is a learning platform designed to provide educators, administrators and learners with a single robust, secure and integrated system to create personalised learning environments. Powering tens of thousands of learning environments globally, Moodle is trusted by institutions and organisations large and small, including the University of KwaZulu-Natal

Moodle provides the most flexible tool-set to support both blended learning and 100% online courses. Configure Moodle by enabling or disabling core features, and easily integrate everything needed for a course using its complete range of built-in features, including external collaborative tools such as forums, wikis, chats and blogs.

Scroll down to access videos and instructional guides on how to use different Moodle activities such as assignment tool, announcement, feedback, forum, file, questionnaires, quiz, rubrics, survey, gradebook.


NOTICE

The UKZN Moodle LMS has been updated for 2021. It is now found at learn2021.ukzn.ac.za and not at moodle.ukzn.ac.za. The look and feel of the platform has changed but, all the core features mentioned in the videos below, remain the same.



Introduction to UKZN Moodle LMS


Instructional Resources

 FAQS ON MOODLE ASSESSMENT

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  • Marking Essay Questions in Quizzes
  • Marking Assignments & Release Marks - Feedback
  • Preparing Marks in Excel
  • Reports, Logs and Stats in Quizzes
  • How to Assign Groups in Moodle Activities
  • How to Create Groups for Moodle Activities
  • Preparing for Script Review for Moderation
  • How to Release Marks and Feedback in a Moodle Quiz (Script Review)
  • How to Remark an MCQ or similar Question Type
  • How to Remark an Essay Question in a Moodle Quiz
  • How to Override User Settings in Moodle Activities


Click on any of the below tiles to access instructional guides on each of the Moodle tools.




 Moodle Announcement

 Moodle Assignment

 Moodle Discussion Forum




Moodle Gradebook Moodle Quiz Moodle Rubrics

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