Welcome to Educational Technology! This is meant to be a resource site for Ohio Northern University Faculty and Staff who are actively pursuing the use of technology in teaching and learning.
MOODLE COURSE REQUEST PROCESS
The Moodle Course Request process permits instructors to select and create only those course(s) that they prefer to offer through Moodle.
To create your Moodle course;
1. Open a browser of your choice (Firefox, Chrome, Safari, IE)
2. Type, copy or click on this link: https://delta.onu.edu/course/
3. Enter your Username and Password
4. Click on LOGIN
The page that opens will list your semester courses with a tab titled Create this Course in Moodle
5. Click on the Create this Course in Moodle tab
NEW features in moodle (12-29-2016)
To learn how to use some of the new or updated features in Moodle 3.1 release, please click on the links below to watch short video tutorials.
The assignment grading interface has been updated to convert documents to a PDF for annotation and commenting. Assignment can now be graded on a single screen and easy to navigate between student’s submissions. Video tutorial
The recycle bin allows instructors to retrieve and restore course elements they have mistakenly deleted. Contents will be permanently deleted after 7 days. Video tutorial
The News forum has been renamed to Announcements for newly created courses. Forum discussions can now be pinned to the top of the list and permalinks let you link directly to a selected post to share. Video tutorial
Editing section titles
Course editing can be done more faster by changing the section titles without leaving the course page. Video tutorial
When you edit a page, a confirmation message appears on the same page instead of being redirected and sent to another page. Video tutorial
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact any of the educational technology staff or email email@example.com
|Joseph Blankson, PhD
Educational Technology Manager
Biggs Engineering 117
Pharmacy Educational Technology Specialist
Educational Technology Specialist
Biggs Engineering 117
Listen to one faculty member's experience with Educational Technology.