Hi Sam Thank you for this, and fantastic to have you on board. A few questions How is the best way to go about all this:-1. People create courses, and learn Moodle as they go (probably not, the best way)
2. Create and collate content e.g documents, weblinks, video, sound quizzes etc, and then work with anyone like Sam with Moodle / teaching expertise to put the courses together.
3. Is it possible to have more than 1 person as full course editor?4. How do we add a 2nd person, or do admins have the rights to edit courses anyway?
5. Who has the admin rights to Moodle to give Sam the right permissions?, if anyone else needs this, then it may be a better idea, for them to add several people a the same time.
I am creating the Beamer/presentations course, the idea is to provide some basic info on how to edit the presentations I have created, so others can edit and contribute their own.
Course is not live so could be deleted / redone, I am fine with this. Ultimatley courses need to have purpose,look professional and help people achieve outcomes.
Thanks for any advice, if others members of the team can get back, it would be great.
Regards Paul On 28/10/2020 21:19, Paul Sutton wrote:
Hi, AllBoth myself (zleap on irc) and David (kc4zvw on irc) are trying to add courses to the moodle instance, and we are both struggling, trying to navigate moodle is not easy.I am going to watch the video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gz8UZFo0mREI think i have added David as a student and non editing teacher but I can't even find the page that does that now, the enrol student has a list of letters for surname and first name and doesn't seem to show anything.I seem to spend a lot of time clicking in circles.Would it be possible to get some help with this please. I know people are busy but perhaps it would be worth having a meeting on something like jitsi, where we can share screens.Thanks Regards Paul
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