ADM100 - Moodle 1.9 Site Administration for Non-Technical Staff
This 10-day course will help participants learn the basic administrative tasks required to manage a Moodle 1.9 site. The topics covered include:
- User Management: Authentication Methods, Creating Accounts, Permissions
- Course Management: Creating Courses, Enrolling Students, Backups
- Site Appearance: Front Page Settings, Blocks, and Themes; Managing Blocks, Filters, and Modules; Language Settings
- Security: Policies, Server Configuration, Reports
- Giving Back
It is expected that you have admin privileges on your own Moodle 1.9 test server. If you do not have this, please contact Scott (firstname.lastname@example.org) before enrolling in this course to have a temporary site setup for you.
This course provides a comprehensive introduction to programming tools and skills used to construct web server platforms. Students will gain hands-on experience with server-side technologies, such as PHP, JSP, and Ajax. In addition, web database access will be introduced.
Prerequisite: IST 312, IST 334, IST 336. Restricted to IST major. Not for graduate credit.
- Teacher: Scott Elliott