You can still join the thousands of self-actualizing, tech-educators by logging in to learn.moodle.net. By now, unfortunately, it will be difficult to achieve completion to obtain your Moodle certificate. But it is completely free, however, and you will still have access to a fully functioning Moodle 3.2 site, several examples of Moodle activity, and especially the vibrant activity by fellow “Moodlers” in the forum and their own courses. Logging in will also allow you to visit the course links added here.
— Learn Moodle MOOC (@LearnMoodle) January 24, 2017
Users who have been following along since week one are finishing up this week’s activities, most important of all the “peer-review” phase of the Moodle Workshop activity. This, along the other activities, will award them the Certificate of Completion, and the iconic “Moodle Badge” which they can embed in their sites and wherever Mozilla Open Badges is compatible.
- Assess 5 Workshop submissions made by fellow MOOC students, which Moodle assigns randomly.
- Posting on the “Tell us what you’ve learned” and “Show us your Moodle course” forums.
- Complete the reads on “Progression with Moodle tools“, “Moodle Partners” and “MoodleCloud“.
- Complete the “Final summative quiz“.
- Giving your final feedback to the MOOC.
- Follow the Moodle Lesson on “Save your practice course“.
The last activity is perhaps the most valuable to set you up on your path as a “Moodler”. By having followed through the course, you have now a “Moodle starters pack” which you can upload to your or your organization’s Moodle site, or even to a free MoodleCloud account.
If you could not make it this time around, rest assured your fear of missing out will only last until July, when a new “Teaching with Moodle MOOC” is in session.