Do you find yourself confused about which data-gathering tool to use in your CLE course? CLE users have a number of activities for data collection to choose from (4 in total!), and some may argue that there are too many.
The Learning Technologies Group (LTG) is often asked the question, “Should I use the Questionnaire or Survey?” or “I want to collect data from people not enrolled in my CLE course, which activity should I use?” A good start is to read the descriptions for the four CLE data-gathering tools listed below: Continue reading →
Are questions like how can I successfully record narration onto my PowerPoint presentation? or how do I change the settings on my Articulate presentation to ensure the best user experience? keeping you up at night and disrupting your sleep patterns? What about how do I go about uploading an Articulate presentation to the CLE for students to view and engage with?
The Learning Technologies Group is thrilled to announce the launch of Tech Clinics, which consists of two separate, all-day, collaborative learning events held on the first and fourth Friday of every month. All Clinics will take place in CL-245 Multimedia Multipurpose Room in the UCSF Library Tech Commons. Below is additional information and registration instructions for each Clinic. Continue reading →
Are you interested in learning how to use Moodle (the platform that powers the UCSF CLE) for the first time or do you need a refresher?
A free Moodle for Teachers MOOC just started this week on the WizIQ and M4T (Moodle 4 Teacher) sites and will run five weeks until February 16, 2014.
The course promises that “participants will learn about resources, activities, and blocks as students and practice the role of a teacher in setting up resources and activities.” Sign up now if you’re interested!
Want even more help? You can always check out the UCSF Learning Technologies Group’s (LTG) CLE Support Center for tips and instructions on managing your courses.
Good news from the CLE and LTG! Students, faculty and staff can now customize the “My Home” page in the CLE. This includes the ability to reorder the list of courses displayed on the “My Home” page and also configure the number of courses to display.
We have received a number of requests for the functionality to customize the “My Home” page in the UCSF, especially at the beginning of the semester when students are organizing their courses. Continue reading →