Maximize Moodle with Glossary

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The Centre for Teaching and Educational Technologies (CTET) is pleased to announce that we will be featuring Moodle’s Glossary tool as part of the Moodle to the Max Project in December and January. Moodle Glossary can be used to facilitate active learning activities that enable students to collaboratively build knowledge by co-creating searchable collections that foster meaningful learning. Think of Glossary as a tool to build collections—using it to build a glossary is only one of its many uses.

Glossary is a versatile and powerful tool that is built into Moodle, allowing instructors and students to add, edit, or comment on collection entries. Entries may include formatted, rich content and multimedia such as text, images, audio, and video.

CTET instructional designers love Glossary because it is user friendly and enables the creation of varied types of searchable collections, such as:

  • Key terms or concepts,
  • Annotated bibliography,
  • Handy tips for teamwork,
  • Introductory videos, or
  • A collection of resources.

We invite the Royal Roads community to join us in exploring Glossary in the months of December and January:

Watch a short video for a “sneak peek” of what Glossary can do

Explore the Moodle to the Max Project page

The Moodle to the Max Project page includes overviews and sample activities for all the Moodle tools we have featured as part of the project, including Glossary. Read more about the pedagogical applications of Glossary and experience examples of teaching and learning artifacts that instructors have created using Glossary. You can also share your own ideas and give feedback about the activity and the project.

If you are having difficulties accessing the Moodle to the Max Project page, please contact CTET Studio.

Share your feedback

We welcome your questions, comments, and suggestions about the Moodle to the Max project. Contact CTET Studio with your general questions or get in touch with your CTET instructional designer for additional support with using Moodle Glossary in your courses.

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