Moodle Universal Design for Learning Guide
Mapping Moodle activities to your teaching strategies
The Moodle Universal Design for Learning Guide provides teachers, course developers and facilitators guidance on how to design an inclusive and accessible course using Moodle features.
The guide covers the formative assessment, summative assessment, communication, collaboration, acquisition and student feedback aspects of teaching and learning with Moodle.
Inspired by the 2012 edition of the Moodle 2 Toolguide for Teachers, this guide highlights the key ways to use feature to tackle the different teaching purposes.
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- Gavin Henrick, Brickfield Eduation Labs
- Mark Glynn, Teaching Enhancement Unit, DCU
This work, ‘Moodle Universal Design for Learning Guide’ by Gavin Henrick – Brickfield Education Labs is licensed under a CC BY-NC-SA 4.0.
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- Brickfield Education Labs – Moodle Teaching and Learning Guide
- Moodle Universal Design for Learning Guide – DCU Version
- Brickfield Education labs – Moodle UDL Guide – LMSPULSE Version
- Guía de Diseño Universal de Aprendizaje con Moodle – Translated by Tresipunt and Laia J Canet