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Introducing the concept of Digital Literacy. Optimised for mobile.

A course containing just one quiz - 100 questions on 9 different areas of the OCR Level 2 Functional Skills ICT qualification. The questions were designed by a group of students from Our Lady's High School Preston, namely: Declan, Jack, Anna, Hamed, Michael, James, Lewiss, Jordain, Tom and Matt, generously let loose by their teacher Alan O'Donohoe. Feel free to tweak the questions for your own purposes.

You can either restore the whole course into your Moodle and and use "as is"  - see docs: Course restore or you can import the quiz (one restored) into another course - see docs Activity Restore - or you can simply use selected questions by exporting and then importing one of the chosen question categories - see docs: Export questions and Import questions.,

This is an introductory course to data quality management. It is designed to give participants the foundation of data quality management. At the end of this module participants will be acquainted with the basic knowledge of data quality and data management and how to utilize data for decision making.

PBI Course ThumbnailThis is an introductory course to data visualization using Microsoft Power BI application. It is designed to give participants the foundation of data visualization. At the end of this module participants will be acquainted with the basic knowledge of data visualization an how to turn data into visuals for decision making.

Introduction to Humanitarian Needs Assessment:

Welcome to our course on Humanitarian Needs Assessment! In this session, we'll delve into the essential principles and practices of assessing needs in crisis situations. By the end of this course, students will learn about you'll be exposed to assessment terminologies, needs assessment coordination, establishing context baseline, principles secondary data and sources of the data.

This is the introductory course for Python for Beginners.  Please start here if you have no experience coding in Python.  This course is self-paced; you can proceed through the course, but need to complete each unit before moving on to the next unit.

This course is designed to give participants the foundation of information management in humanitarian response. At the end of this module participants will be acquainted with:

  1. Humanitarian Principles
  2. Introduction to Humanitarian Information Management
  3. The Information Management Process
  4. Humanitarian Information Management Principles

This course is designed to give participants the foundation of Geographic Information System in humanitarian response as a decision support making tool. 

Access to digital technologies has many advantages to how people live, work and study. However, there are also definite disadvantages to so much information of ourselves being online. In this course, we will explore the importance of protecting your data, keeping your data private and how to ensure that your data is safe and secure.

Who is this course for? Youth, but is useful to all who are internet users What will you learn? By the end of this course, you will have an understanding of how to keep your data safe and secure, the importance of data protection and privacy as well some of the data threats which are prevalent in the digital world Topics overview: creating strong passwords, MFA (multi factor authentications), geo-blocking, phishing and malware How much time do you need to invest? this course will take approximately two to three (2 - 3) hours to complete.

 Course developers: see attribution section for a full list of resources used to develop this course. (This course has been adapted and modified in accordance with their open licenses) License: CC BY-SA 4.0

The following wiki pages contain a collection of online resources that you can utilize to expand your skills and knowledge in related subjects.

After completing this course you will be able to plan an e-learning course together with exercises and elements of online teaching strategy, using a variety of tools and teaching methods selected specifically to meet your goals.




The Student engagement with Moodle Moodle course presents some ideas to engage students in a Moodle Course: labels with images, texts and links, a book with H5P MCQ, a choice activity, a quiz with feedback, a database activity with a tiles format template. With the database template, it is possible to expand images for larger viewing, while incorporating a black background.

Gamification is presented using the Activity results block (Set up with a quiz) and badges. A step-by-step content in a Moodle page explains how to add a badge to a Moodle course.

The course is developed by Dr. Yamna Ettarres, Knowledgeone Inc. (Opens in new window), 2022.

It is shared under the License: Attribution-NonCommercial CC BY-NC.