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The University's online learning environment

I have found it easier  to develop some initial quizzes, assessments and assignments. There seems to be more options to tailor these activities for the class.

Dario Landa-Silva, School of Computer Science

Moodle is the hub of a suite of learning technologies used to support teaching and learning across the University, including the Rogo e-assessment system and Xerte Online Toolkits for creation of online learning materials.

Moodle is used to support blended learning programmes, both where much of the learning activity takes place face-to-face, and programmes for distance learners where the online learning spaces are the key resource for learning materials and activities.

Moodle is the place for uploading learning materials such as lecture slides, handouts, readings, web links, audio and video. It is also used for submitting assignments and has facilities for discussions, wikis,  blogs and student databases. Student coursework is increasingly being submitted online via Moodle and the University is moving towards full online submission in the next couple of years.

Moodle interfaces with a variety of other University systems and is being developed and extended specifically to suit the University’s needs.

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