Here are some useful Moodle Basics tips to help you get organized as the new semester approaches!
As of Fall 2020, Student Projects (i.e. Senior Projects, Capstone Papers, and Master’s Theses) will no longer be submitted to the Library via Moodle. All Student Projects will now be submitted in MyHeliotrope.
Faculty / Instructors: Join our Moodle drop-in Zoom room (please use your Purchase College-affiliated Zoom account; room login details below) any time from 2pm - 4pm EST on Tuesdays & Thursdays for help with Moodle Basics. Last day of Fall 2020 Moodle Office Hours is Thu, Dec. 3.
In the event of an emergency, the ability to teach courses on campus may be affected. The COVID-19 Remote Teaching Resources Guide and workshop series will help you identify and become acquainted with alternatives to face-to-face instruction for use during situations when teaching must take place remotely.
SUNY Online is committed to supporting campuses as they plan for an uncertain and unprecedented fall semester. The SUNY Online Teaching unit has developed a portfolio of resources in a variety of modes to best fit institutional or individual needs. SUNY Online is offering a monthly webinar series that will provide an overview of the various resources developed to support you through this semester and beyond. Register here for “Back to School” Teaching Webinar Series.
Here are some useful Moodle Basics tips to help you get organized as summer sessions get underway!
If classes are cancelled and/or there is a weather emergency that prevents access to campus, there are a number of tools and resources available to engage students using Moodle!
This only affects faculty who have had courses on the original Moodle server (Spring 2009 through Spring 2012).