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RWTHmoodle University Meeting in Leipzig

March 22nd, 2024 | by
A picture of a black doctor's hat lying on an open laptop. The screen of the laptop is blank. Above the image is the text RWTH and moodle.

Source: Own Illustration

Current Developments & Trends –
Video Subtitling, Digital Exam Viewing and Organization of the Moodle Community

ChatGPT and Large Language Models – how they change teaching, learning and working. At the Moodle University Meeting at Leipzig University, there was a lot of discussion about generative AI and its application scenarios in university teaching. Nevertheless, there was still enough room for other exciting topics: from Moodle quizzes and the integration of Jupyter notebooks in Moodle to service strategies, plugin lifecycles and community work to accessibility, a wide range of topics was represented. RWTH Aachen University was also among the 120 participants with two people from the IT Center and the Center for Teaching and Learning Services (CLS) and supplemented the program with two presentations and a co-moderation.

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RWTHmoodle: Help, My Study Rooms Have Suddenly Disappeared!

March 4th, 2024 | by
Vector sitting next to big manual illustration

Source: Freepik

We often receive enquiries from students at the beginning of the semester because their current study rooms no longer appear in RWTHmoodle despite successful registration. There are two reasons for this, which we would now like to explain to you in more detail.

 

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RWTHmoodle: New Features and Plugins in Pilot Operation

October 27th, 2023 | by

Since 2019, RWTHmoodle has been part of everyday teaching and learning and is constantly being further developed to make E-Learning easier for students and teachers.
This winter semester, there are four new features as well as two plugins that can be tested in pilot operation by interested teachers.

In September, all professors and academic staff received an e-mail to find test subjects for the new plugins. At the end of the pilot phase, an evaluation will be conducted to decide whether the plugins will be used permanently.

You can find out which pilot plugins and innovations these are in the
following blog post.

 

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RWTHmoodle – Results of the User Survey 2023

September 18th, 2023 | by
Fragezeichen Postkarten auf Schreibtisch mit Laptop

Source: Freepik

The RWTHmoodle user survey has become an integral part of the IT Center and the Center for Teaching and Learning Services/Learning Platform Management, and this year the users of RWTHmoodle were once again able to evaluate the system and the services related to the teaching and learning platform, e.g. the training and support offerings. The focus was primarily on the new version 4.1, which was introduced in March 2023.

A total of 36,167 people who actively used at least one learning space in the summer semester of 2023 were invited to take part in the survey in July. This means that not only students were addressed, but also all learning space managers, supervisors and other participants. 1,876 people took the opportunity to give their feedback and contribute to the long-term optimization of RWTHmoodle and its support services.

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RWTHmoodle User Survey 2023 – Help Us Improve Your Learning Experience!

July 10th, 2023 | by
Hashtag moodle monday

Source: Own Illustration

It’s that time again! The annual RWTHmoodle User Survey starts today on July 10, 2023 and runs until July 30, 2023. You have the opportunity to share your experience with the system and give us valuable feedback now if you have used RWTHmoodle and were authorized in at least one learning session during the summer semester 2023. Together, we can further improve RWTHmoodle and adapt the support offering accordingly.

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Behind the Scenes – Upgrade to Moodle 4.1

January 30th, 2023 | by
Bernd Decker at the RWTHtransparent 2023

Source: Own illustration

On March 14, 2023 (*), RWTHmoodle will be updated to Moodle version 4.1. We have summarized all changes for our users on the info page.

But what is actually the story behind the change? For a look behind the scenes, we talked to the service manager of RWTHmoodle, Bernd Decker. Read the rest of this entry »

Onboarding – Digital and with Heart

October 27th, 2021 | by
Screenshot of the learning toom in RWTHmoodle

The Incorporation-Team in interview
Source: Own illustration

The onboarding concept of the Service & Communication department

In order to successfully bring new employees on board, the IT Center’s Service & Communication department has introduced a mentoring concept. Read the interview to find out how the concept is structured and why it has proven successful. Read the rest of this entry »

RWTHmoodle – New features in winter semester 2021/22

October 18th, 2021 | by
Mindmap on black board

Photo: Pixabay

Welcome to the winter semester 2021/22!

As in the summer semester 2021, RWTHmoodle offers many new features in the winter semester. Curious already?
Keep scrolling and find out what will be available to you in the winter semester 2021/22. Read the rest of this entry »

RWTHmoodle User Survey 2021

July 12th, 2021 | by
Screenshot RWTHmoodle user survey

Source: Own illustration

This year’s RWTHmoodle user survey has already started on 07.07.2021. As in previous years, we are asking users who have been authorized and actively used at least one course room during the summer semester to participate. Your experiences with the system and your feedback are especially important to further improve RWTHmoodle and to adapt the support offer accordingly.

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Time to say goodbye, L2P!

June 30th, 2021 | by
Sign "Time to say goodbye"

Source: Pixabay

The time has come: After 14 years, it is with a heavy heart that we say our final goodbyes to L2P.

Until 2019, L2P was the central teaching and learning platform at RWTH Aachen University. In the course of “Digitalization Strategy for Teaching” it was decided to switch to Moodle as an open source software. After a successful test and pilot phase, RWTHmoodle was implemented into university-wide operation in the summer semester 2019 and since then L2P has only served as an archive. Read the rest of this entry »