Moodle access for the online tutorial
University of Missouri Extension offers Moodle, an online tutorial/self-study resource for both educators and students (two versions).
What is Moodle?
Moodle was originally an acronym for Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment. It is a FREE web application; open source software for producing Internet-based courses and websites, also known as Course Management System (CMS), Learning Management System (LMS), and Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). Learn more:
- So What is Moodle? (YouTube video)
- Moodle Presentation [Version 2.0] (YouTube video)
How do I access the Ounce of Prevention MOODLE courses from MU Extension?
The Ounce of Prevention Teacher Resources/Tutorial Moodle is available on the University of Missouri Extension website. You will need an Extension passport to access the Moodle. If you do not already have a passport, go to https://extweb.missouri.edu/accountmanager to create one.
Once you have a passport, you can register for the Ounce of Prevention Moodle:
- Go to https://extweb.missouri.edu/courses
- Click on Categories at the top left
- Select the “+” in front of “Nutrition and Health”
- Click on “Health”
- The click the course name – “Ounce of Prevention: Teacher Resources” and follow the directions to register for the course
See the For Students page for more information about the Moodle for students.
Once you have registered for the course, you can log in to the Moodle using this link: https://extcourses.missouri.edu/login/index.php