A quick tour of Moodle 2.5. Note: Click to progress through the slides. You can also use your arrow keys on your keyboard. Updated by Staff Development July 2014. Logging into the EO Moodle training unit. To access the EO unit, enter the enrolment key.
Note: Click to progress through the slides. You can also use your arrow keys on your keyboard
Updated by Staff Development
To access the EO unit, enter the enrolment key...
You can tick this box to see what you are typing.
...then click Enrol me.
Note: Some training units do NOT require an enrolment key.
Navigate with the back and forward buttons on your browser.
Navigating around Moodle
Use links on your breadcrumb
Note:Restricted or conditional items will NOT appear in the Navigation block. Use the sections to view all items.
View content using sections in the middle of the main page.
Navigate using links in the Navigation block
Click on the links to access the content.
Go to different pages using the table of contents in the book module...
...or use the back and forward arrows on the pages.
On the last page of a content module you can click on the up arrows to return to the unit home page…
…Or you can click on this link to return to the Unit home page, to begin your lesson activity
For scenarios, move to the next page by selecting the option buttons
In some instances click links where available, to review details of the University policy and procedure
After completing a scenario you can return to the unit home page by clicking on this button
As you complete modules you start to see blue ticks along these checkboxes
Note: The check mark indicates that you have reviewed or completed the item.
Once you have reviewed all modules and scenarios, click on this link to register your completion of the training
Note: This link can only be accessed within the section and NOT from the Navigation block.
Click Submit to complete your registration.
Tips on completing the modules as part of the unit content
For more information, view the Help blocks where available, in the Moodle training unit.