The gradebook in Moodle includes many features and so may appear too complex to use. But, it is very important that students receive feedback and correct information about their grades. Here are some links to help you with preliminary gradebook tasks.
Supporting the student by way of honest, clear and direct feedback establishes a solid medium for communication, and allows for both the instructor and the student to partner in the pursuit of academic excellence.
By including a narrated overview of our course, just as we would discuss it in a classroom, there is an opportunity for us to help students in an online environment understand important information about the course and our expectations.
Effectively share information, discuss challenges, ask and answer questions and share ideas during your “Office Hours” using Blackboard Collaborate.
Turnitin offers students and faculty several benefits such as making grading more efficient, it helps with giving students meaningful feedback, it checks grammar and supplies reports on originality.
Using the Course Review Checklist and instructional design support will improve your course design, usability as well as student engagement and success.
Publishers will soon only be offering exam and desk copies to faculty via eTextbooks. To get ready for this, you may want to explore eTextbooks online repositories.
Educators worldwide are developing a vast pool of educational resources on the Internet, open and free for all to use.