In the past, in the case of inclement weather, we have set up Zoom Video Web-Conferencing as an alternate plan for remote teaching. In this case, you could simply send out a Zoom web-conference link to students and they could … Continue reading Teaching Remote as an Alternate Plan
Duo is here and if you’re not yet using Duo to authenticate to your Swarthmore College accounts and systems, then it’s time to get on board! As our CITO, Joel Cooper, said in his email to the faculty and staff a … Continue reading Get Duo, but be prepared!
This summer, Moodle introduced a new home page that separates courses into In progress, Future, and Past tabs. As soon as a course end date passes, it moves from the In progress tab to the Past tab. This helps keep your home … Continue reading Disappearing Moodle Courses
One of the principals in Universal Design for Learning is to provide materials in multiple formats (equitable access). Some of you may remember a time before there were curb cuts. Curb cuts came about as a result of the ADA. … Continue reading Stuff Your Mom Never Told You About Electronic Content
Most faculty at Swarthmore use Moodle to share files and an increasing number are taking advantage of activities such as electronic submission of assignments, pre-lecture quizzes, and course evaluations. Students are definitely using Moodle frequently. More than 1500 unique people have … Continue reading Doing More with Moodle
Course Listing Your list of courses is now separated into In progress (current), Future, and Past based on the start and end dates of the courses. Click on the appropriate tab to see your courses. Fall courses start on September 4, … Continue reading What you need to know about the Moodle Update for Fall 2017