This course is just for educators and is an introduction to the Sample Courses on our Moodle Training site.  It provides support for:

  • setting yourself up in Moodle (profile, messages, messaging
  • navigation tips (menus and breadcrumb trail)
  • sample course descriptions (activity types, OALCF, weight in terms of rigour and length)
  • learning management system features to interact with 
  • enrolment key info to access courses

Nancy Friday will facilitate one course from September 29 to August 17, rolling the course out one week at a time, for trainees new to Moodle to engage in as students would.

Have you ever wanted to learn to play the acoustic guitar, but you didn't know where to start?  This course gives you some basic information you should know before getting started!

This course is about limericks.  Limericks are rhyming poems with a punchline.
This is an introduction to the computer for anyone who thinks they can't learn computers, or for those who get a knot in their stomach just turning it on. In this course you will build computer confidence by learning to identify the parts of the computer and their functions, to recognize features of Windows-based programs, and to use computer software to create documents.
In Moodle Book Club 1 get ready to read some exciting selections from a variety of books. In this book club you'll also learn ways to approach reading to make it easier, more understandable, or more fun!

Does the idea of algebra send chills up your spine? Are you thinking about starting an algebra course and not sure if you are ready? Algebra: Using Letters for Numbers will give you a gentle introduction to this important topic in math.

Are you ready to learn online? is a course intended for adult learners to get a sense about what kind of activities they may encounter when learning online.  Read more about this course. This course can be used in an independent learning environment because it offers students audio support and more instructions.

Do you know your rights as a worker in Ontario?  Do you know about the Employment Standards Act and the rights it protects for workers?  In this course students learn how to find information online to inform their rights as workers.
In this course we will find out what a digital footprint is and how we create one. We will explore the different reasons we communicate online and look at some online communication tools. Don't worry if you don't know what any of those terms mean yet. You will by the end of the course.

OALCF Levels: D.1-D.3, A1.2, A2.2, A3, B2.2, B4, E.1-E.3

Optional: B3.1