Digital Tool Guides

Essential Guides

  • The LCC Staff Guide to: Moodle Unit Sites (PDF) describes how to set-up your 2020/21 Unit sites and includes descriptions of the different Moodle Tools.
  • The LCC Weekly Check-ins Quick Start Guide (PDF) explains how to add Choice activities to Course sites to monitor online engagement.
  • The detailed guides for Moodle, Collaborate and other platforms are all on UAL Online Teaching.

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Additional LCC Guides

A selection of general guides relating to Moodle & the LCC classroom polling pilot.

Student Meeting Rooms

How to create an open Collaborate room where students can meet, chat, share materials and use their microphone and camera without a moderator present.

Creating and Using Groups

Communicating with Students

Tracking Classroom Attendance on Moodle

Setting Tutorials with Moodle Scheduler

Branding your Moodle Sites

Using Polling Software

Download our full guide to using polling tools for teaching and learning.

The guide includes a list of the best polling formats for different types of questions and advice for using polling tools for teaching and learning. It also includes ten different activities you can run using polling software like Poll Everywhere and Mentimeter.

“Questions” is a single page of question types arranged by their cognitive level alongside a list of suggested polling activites for each type of question.

“Best Practice” is a single page of simple but effective tips to help introduce polling to your classroom.

“Activities” is a list of ten different activities you can run using polling tools like Poll Everywhere and Mentimeter. This includes ice breakers, voting, debates, and peer instruction among others.

Help us make more guides

Please post any other tools you’d like to see on our list in the comments below. We’d also like your feedback, so if you have any suggestions, a different approach, or anything you’d like to add please write that as well!

If you have any additional questions about one of the topics covered here or you would like to explore their use further please contact LCCDigitalLearning@lcc.arts.ac.uk.