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19-09-2015, 05:17

Udemy - Designing Moodle Themes

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Udemy - Designing Moodle Themes

Udemy - Designing Moodle Themes
MP4 | Video: 1280x720 | 52 kbps | 48 KHz | Duration: 3 Hours | 729 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

Effortlessly design attractive and functional themes for your Moodle course
Themes in Moodle are plugins that help you to create a different look and feel for your Moodle courses. These themes act as custom "skins" which help you to make your courses stand out from the rest. With your personalized themes, you will enjoy functionality and elevated performance along with a very unique design for your own "brand" of courses.

This tutorial offers you a step-by-step guide to building your own customized themes on top of the existing Moodle plugins.

This comprehensive video tutorial will introduce you to the process of selecting the Moodle themes that best suit your requirements and then further customizing them to your design needs. You will learn to identify the elements that will make your Moodle course better, followed by ways to achieve superior functionality.

You will learn how themes can help you build an exclusive look for your courses and create a positive user experience for your viewers. You will go through a quick tour of pre-installed themes in Moodle, and then learn how to customize the appearance of elements of any theme that you select. If you are working with a Moodle administrator, you'll learn how to download and install new themes, and to modify their appearance quickly and easily using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). A quick drive through this course and you will be on the road to developing a strong brand identity for all your Moodle courses and programs.

About the Author

Susan Smith Nash, who has been involved in the design, development, and administration of e-Learning programs and courses since earning her Ph.D. in the late 1990s, has developed and administered online courses on many platforms, using many different learning management systems. She is responsible for developing degree and certificate programs delivered in online and hybrid formats and has worked on implementing e-Learning in universities, corporations, and associations.

The author of the award-winning e-Learning blog E-Learning Queen and several books on e-Learning, Susan Smith Nash has focused on developing courses that optimize user experience and enhance performance, outcomes, and course persistence/completion.

Her portfolio of publications includes peer-reviewed articles and books, including the following:
The video Moodle for Training and Professional Development, Packt Publishing, 2013
What are the requirements?

Just do your basic homework in HTML and CSS, and you are good to go.

What am I going to get from this course?

Over 47 lectures and 3 hours of content!
Design your own one-of-a-kind Moodle skin and build sizzle into the user experience
Develop Moodle courses that flow across all devices
Create a striking skin without having to program anything
Engrave your Moodle courses with customized branding through elements such as Logos and Badges
Work with a Moodle administrator and gain access to the most optimum themes
Modify Themes by customizing code using Cascading Style Sheets

What is the target audience?

If you develop e-learning tutorials in Moodle and wish to create a course which is embossed with your brand, this video tutorial is just right for you. It will provide you with the means to develop a Moodle theme that has the advanced functionalities to make your course unique.

Udemy - Designing Moodle Themes

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