In two weeks the CLE will receive its next round of updates. This will bring a more modern and accessible theme, consolidate the participant and enrollment pages, and introduce additional minor enhancements. We’ll have more details and instructions closer to the update, which happens early on the morning of June 30th. Here are some highlights to get you ready! Continue reading
The Media@UCSF plug-in empowers course editors and students to create, upload and share video content within the CLE. The plug-in has been updated a few times in 2018, and these updates added new capabilities for inserting quiz questions into videos. A video quiz forces viewers to pause the video, reflect on the content, and test their comprehension. Video quizzes are a great way to break up long videos into more digestible portions, and they add an element of interactivity to an otherwise passive learning process. The tutorial video provided below demonstrations the features of the video quiz. For more information please refer to our online help document, and the vendor’s user guide.
Did you know that you could place any Activity or Resource into Stealth Mode? If you’re not sure what Stealth Mode is, no need to worry, the Learning Tech Group is here to explain!
Watch the video below for a brief overview on Stealth Activities and how to use them in your course.
The concept of a recycle bin for your deleted digital files is older than you may realize, and we have all grown accustomed to the safety that it provides. With the recent update to Moodle 3.2, we now have this functionality in the CLE! This means you can breathe a little easier when editing activities and resources in your course, because deleted items are recoverable. Continue reading
We’ve been asking for it, and finally we have it. The ability to perform a global, keyword search for courses and content in the CLE is now possible! This is a new feature that became available after we updated the CLE on July 1. A search can be started from any page in the CLE, using the magnifying glass icon that is found on the top-most navigation bar. Results can include courses, course resources and activities, and even text within forum posts.