Chamilo Course Builder certification prep
What you'll learn
- Understanding the basics of the Chamilo Learning Management Software (v1.*)
- Being able to create an accoun
- Being able to create a course
- Being able to upload documents in a course
- Being able to create an auto-scored test
- Being able to subscribe students to one's course
- Being able to track one's students' progress
- Being able to take and restore course copies through the course backup tool
- Be able to use an online mail account
- Having taught any course before
This course is for all teachers and instructional designers who want to be able to manage their own courses on a learning management system to give increased value to their students.
Chamilo LMS is a platform like Udemy but with more tools to provide learners with courses that are closer to the ones given in-class.
This course prepares you for the official certification exam of Chamilo Course Builder, which is the introductory level of Chamilo certification for teachers.
Once you finish this course, you'll be able to subscribe to the official certification platform of Chamilo for $20 to pass your exam and get certified.
The contents in this course are not captured based on the latest stable version of Chamilo, but all the principles taught are valid for all of 1.9, 1.10 and 1.11 versions.
Who this course is for:
- Teacher (any level)
- Instructional designer
Yannick founded the Chamilo project and the Chamilo Association in 2010 after 6 years working in e-learning platforms development. He is an entrepreneur who loves getting into the technical aspects of web solutions.
A proud belgian, he lived for a few years in England and then in Peru, where he oversees the development of the Latin American branch of BeezNest, his company and the major contributor to the Chamilo LMS system.
Currently, he splits his time between Chamilo development coordination, his activities as president of the Chamilo Association, and high-availability servers optimization, still active in IT projects consultancy.
He loves Belgian beer and chocolate, French bread and Peruvian's "Salsa Huancaina". If you need to get in touch, leave him a tweet. He's been rumoured to always answer messages, even if that sometimes takes a year...