Early Adopters of Moodle 4 Share Experiences
DELTA Faculty Fellows share their experience with Moodle 4 including tips for colleagues transitioning their course content. They also highlight their initial impressions and favorite features of this upgrade.
Keeping Students Engaged in Asynchronous Lectures
What makes the learning active or passive is not the modality (Zoom vs. pre-recorded videos vs. text-based lessons), but the structure of the lesson the instructor creates. Faculty Fellow Claire Gordy share tips for keeping students engaged.
WolfWare News ~ May 2022
DELTA has compiled a list of the latest academic enterprise technology tools including the launch of the revamped Moodle 4. Read more to get the most up-to-date info.
Building a Path to Moodle 4: Preparing Your Course for the Move
Moodle has a new look for Fall 2022! The new, sleeker design of Moodle 4 builds more breathing space into your course layout, maintains previous functionality, and includes a few new and improved features. Learn more about Moodle 4 from DELTA's training team.
Spring Clean Your Course
Just as you organize closets and arrange bookshelves, these five tips can help you declutter and refresh your online course.
Moodle 4: New Look and Feel
Moodle 4 enhances the user experience by simplifying workflow. The look is more streamlined and user friendly, even on mobile devices.
Utilizing Activity Completion and Restrict Access in Moodle
When designing a course site for students, whether online or in-person, have you ever wondered what resources on Moodle your students were utilizing? Faculty Fellow Bevin Maultsby shares her experience.
Building a Path to Moodle 4
DELTA is hard at work preparing a significant upgrade to Moodle, our campus learning management system. We are upgrading to Moodle 4 for the fall 2022 semester and enabling requests for fall Moodle spaces starting May 1.
Alternatives to Alt Text
Alternative text (alt text) is an important tool to create equitable experiences for students. DELTA’s Accessibility Team shares best practices for creating alt text along with other tips to help with student engagement and success.
Peer Review with Digital Tools
Peer review can increase student interaction and build a positive classroom community. Instructional Technologist Kerri Brown Parker shares new ways to develop meaningful feedback tools to guide students through this valuable exercise.