Moodle (modular object-oriented dynamic learning environment) is an e-learning system based on the web that gives you virtual access to courses, course materials, assessment and other external resources. It is also a social space where students and teachers can interact through threaded discussions (forums) or chat rooms.
Information: the folder module enables you to display a number of related files inside a single folder, reducing scrolling on the course page. A zipped folder may be uploaded and unzipped for display, or an empty folder created and files uploaded into it.
Information: the URL module enables you to provide a web link as a course resource. Anything that is freely available online, such as documents or images can be linked to. Note; URLs can also be added to any other resource or activity type through the text editor.
Information: the page module enables a teacher to create a page which can display text, images, sound, video, web links and embedded code. Advantages of using the page module include the resource being more accessible (for example to users of mobile devices) and easier to update.
Information: the label module enables text and multimedia to be inserted into the course page which can be used in between links to other resources and activities. Labels are very versatile and can help to improve the appearance of a course if used thoughtfully.
The assignment activity module enables a teacher to communicate tasks, collect work and provide grades and feedback. Students can submit files, such as word-processed documents, spreadsheets, images or audio and video clips.