How to create responsive content for the Moodle Learning Management system
How to import content from Word or Google Docs
How to use Bootstrap to create responsive content
How to install and use a plugin called Generico to create templates
How to add responsive template driven videos
How to install the REMUI theme to Moodle
10 sections • 34 lectures • 1h 39m total length
Font Awesome and Bootstrap test
Installing the Generico templates
Creating a course
Preparing your content for Moodle
Creating the course structure
Adding the course structure to Moodle
Preparing the text content for Moodle
Adding text content to your Moodle pages
Bulk image extraction from the document
Adding images to your Moodle pages
Using the Generico template plugin
Generico activity template test
Generico activity template in your course
Generico click to view template
Generico click to view template in your course
Embed YouTube using the Generico template
Embed YouTube using the Generico template in your course
Introduction to Font Awesome
Font Awesome in your course
Introduction to Bootstrap
Responsive alert using Bootstrap
Adding a card using Bootstrap
Combining a card with Bootstrap responsive columns
Tables using Bootstrap
HTML CSS Arrow Table variation using Inline CSS
How to install the RemUI theme
Thank you from Chris Richter
Access to the Moodle Learning Management system as a content creator or administrator
Access to Moodle 3.5.x, 3.6.x, 3.7.x,
In this course you will learn how to add various content components to the Moodle Learning Management System. You will learn how to make the content more responsive so that it is viewable on mobile devices, tablets and desktop devices.
You will learn how to import content from a Word document as clean HTML into Moodle.
You will also learn how to make templates and use HTML and CSS to quickly make changes to your content and make it much easier to manage and create quality looking and highly functional content.
You will learn quite a lot about HTML and CSS and even more about how you can use Moodle to create and manage content in a much more efficient manner.
This course does assume that you have administrator access to Moodle or at least access to an administrator that can install a plugin, templates and create courses for you.
Many Moodle themes are designed to be more responsive but sometimes the content that is created inside Moodle is far from responsive and suffers mainly because content developers are not taught the different ways they can develop content for Moodle.
During the course you will discover tips and hints to create better content for Moodle.
Who this course is for:
Teachers that develop training materials for the Moodle Learning Management System
Moodle content developers that create training materials for the Moodle Learning Management System
Moodle administrators that want to improve the look and feel of Moodle
CEO at Ricoshae Pty Ltd | Education technology developer
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Chris runs a web application development company called Ricoshae Pty Ltd. Ricoshae develops advanced business web application and integrated mobile apps for government and education organisations in both Australia and Europe.
Chris is also an online education technology specialist with over 15 years supporting large education organisations online platforms and technology.