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User Guides

Academic staff are encouraged to refer to the following user guides [PDFs] for information on how to use the UM VLE:
 
 Getting started with the VLE - Full guide

 Other Guides

Turnitin user guides

 

Workshops

IT Services offers training at no cost to academic staff who want to use the University Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) to complement and enhance their study-unit / class areas. Moodle is the VLE supported by the University of Malta.

 

Online Workshop: Getting started with the VLE

New to VLE? Join this workshop to explore how you can start using this e-learning platform to support your study-units. This workshop covers the basic features and functionality of the VLE. We will help you set up one of your running study-units on the VLE. 

This single hands-on workshop (3hrs) covering these topics:

  • accessing your study-units on the VLE 
  • posting learning resources and sample past papers 
  • creating links to online resources (including YouTube videos)
  • using the Announcements forum to communicate with students
  • creating a discussion forum
  • using the VLE Copy Tool to copy study material from previous VLEs.
This workshop is aimed at academic staff who are new to the VLE.
                                      
Date Time Mode of delivery Status
Tue 15-Sep-20
09:00-12:00
Online (Zoom) Full

RegisterOnline

NB: To register for this online workshop, in Section II - Selected Areas, please choose Administrative Directorates - IT Services.

You can ask to be placed on the waiting list if the above workshops are fully booked, or are at a time which is inconvenient for you. You will be notified by email when the next workshop is scheduled.

 

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Last Updated: 28 September 2020

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