You would like to do more than just provide text in your Moodle course? Students should be able to work together on online content?
Moodle offers implemented tools that enable collaborative learning and working. Here you will be introduced to some tools.
An open course particularly for teachers in the field of engineering sciences. You will find here amongst others:
An Introduction to Moodle, tips & tricks, Copyright Issues, relevant Tools, contact Persons
The exercise dealt with maps as sources for historical research. Students were required to use different eLearning tools in their obligatory final presentation.
The module eTutoring is a course in the optional area of the RUB. In the summer semester 2020, it was conducted online. The 3 accompanying colloquia of the module were particularly affected. In these, the eTutors were given smaller eLearning tasks. One meeting took place synchronously via Zoom. I...
Seit Mitte September 2018 ist das Moodle der RUB auf die Version 3.4 umgestiegen, die einige Änderung um Design und Handhabung mit sich gebracht hat. In diesem Dokument finden Sie alle wichtigen Punkte mit Screenshots zusammengefasst.
self-study course in Moodle
Jesus rose from the dead, he was raised from the dead - this is the basic confession of the Christian faith. How is this faith expressed? Is it an illusion or a reality? What is its theological meaning?
This Moodle course is directed at people interested in creating podcasts in a teaching-learning context. Its contents range from an evaluation of the potential of podcasts to technical requirements and (listening) examples from university teaching.
Are you interested in studying at the RUB? The RUBChecks provide you with multimedia tools to help you prepare for your studies at the RUB. For selected Bachelor's and Master's programmes, you have the opportunity to reflect your expectations, gain insights into the contents and processes of the...
You want to integrate tests and assignments into Moodle and don't know how? You have had little or no contact with tests and assignments in Moodle and don't know what the user view looks like? Are you wondering how...