Below is a list of resources you may use to expand your online course by repurposing content from another online course.
Many of the resources below include links to the UIUC Knowledge Base with directions for how to implement these items in your course site. If any of the links below do not answer your question, the Knowledge Base is an excellent place to turn to in addition to Moodle’s Help Documentation. You may also reach out to Technology Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or CITL’s Instructional Support & Training Team at email@example.com.
Request a Course Space
Get started by asking our team to set up a Moodle site for your course. Our courses come with ready-made Moodle course shells created by our eLearning experts. You can modify these pre-existing templates as needed to suit your course. Your course will be published online and allow student engagement, interaction, and learning to continue. Important Note: You need to manually open a Moodle course when it is ready for launch.
- How to Build a Content Area (Weekly Folder) (Use the Course Format settings to add a new section.)
- How to Edit Multiple Activities with the Mass Action Blocks
- Video Demo: Importing Content in Moodle
- Activities and Resources Help
File Uploads (Word, PPT, PDF)
There are a number of reasons you may want to share files with your students. Depending on the file type and the reason for sharing, there are a few ways you can add files to your course site in an accessible and easily navigable way.
Video File Uploads/Mashups/Kaltura/Illinois Media Space
If you plan to upload a video you own/created to your course, we recommend using the Mashup tool to add a video via Kaltura/Illinois Media Space. Read more information on uploading videos to Kaltura/Illinois Media Space.
- Save PowerPoint as a Video – NOTE: Although you can attach a recorded PPT as a video, we recommend using the Mashup tool to add video to your course site. For directions on how to do this, see the Creating a Mashup Item Using the Text Editor link.
- Creating an Illinois Media Space Resource
- Adding a YouTube Video
- Add Video to a Test in Illinois Moodle
Live Sessions and Virtual Office
Assignments, Quizzes/Tests, Discussion Boards
If you need to add grades that were previously tracked elsewhere for your face-to-face course, we recommend that you add a single column and enter all of the previous points as one score in that column. If you have weighted grades, you can add multiple manual columns and set the weighted percentages for each. If you want to imports grades from a spreadsheet, go here.