Moodle and VoiceThread Help for Faculty

This page provides instructional videos, documentation pages, and other helpful resources for navigating Moodle and VoiceThread and creating online course content.  If you have any additional questions, please email, and the Digital Learning Department will respond to your inquiry within 24 hours. 

Online Course Design Workshops

The Director of Digital Learning provides online course design workshops each semester.  These workshops are for those who are interested in learning more about pedagogical methods for course development or using Moodle for teaching online, in-class, or hybrid courses.

For a list of course design workshops for Spring 2020, click here.  

Moodle How-to-Videos

Moodle Documentation

VoiceThread How-To-Videos 

VoiceThread Documentation

Information about Copyright

It is the policy of the GTU that staff, students, and faculty, utilizing materials created by others in our teaching, learning, research, or other service within the Consortium will do so in compliance with US Copyright Law.

The GTU Library maintains a compilation of Copyright Resources in order to assist members of our community to know and understand our individual rights and responsibilities relating to the lawful use of intellectual properties. 

To access the library's copyright information page, click here 

Additional Help: 

Please contact:
Moodle Support | 510-649-2511
Office: GTU Library, ask at Circulation Desk

Additional How-To Videos

The following videos were created for a previous version of Moodle, but are still accurate (the "Edit Settings" and "Turn Editing On" links are now in the gear icon):

  1. Formatting Course and Uploading Files
  2. Threaded Discussions
  3. Assignments and Gradebook
  4. Quizzes
  5. Wikis

Request a Moodle User Account

If you are an authorized user, and would like to request a new user account, click the link to make a course request (requests may take up to two business days). If you would prefer to submit multiple user requests at once without using the online form, please request a special csv file from Moodle support. Every submission must be properly formatted in order to be processed. Failure to properly format the csv file will either not be accepted, or returned for corrections.

Request a Moodle Course Shell for Non-Regularly-Scheduled Courses

All courses that are regularly scheduled in the consortium's student information systems automatically have shells in Moodle.  If you are teaching a special reading course or an other non-regularly-scheduled course, please complete the Moodle Course Shell Request form.

Modifié le: jeudi 26 mars 2020, 14:09