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How to use OpenLearn Create

How to use OpenLearn Create
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    • This guide explains how to create Open Educational Resources using the standard Moodle functionality of OpenLearn Create.

      This user guide is under development.  If you discover anything in it which doesn't seem clear enough or a resource or activity tool which doesn't work properly, please let us know by emailing openlearncreate@open.ac.uk

      Please note: There is a course publication authorisation step now on the platform which means when you decide to publish your course, a message will be sent to the openlearncreate@open.ac.uk mailbox for the platform managers to check the course is actually ready for publication.

    • Course dates:

      First Published 30/05/2015.

      Updated 06/06/2018

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    • ExpandPlanning your open course

    • ExpandCreate a space for your open course

    • ExpandCourse home page

    • ExpandSetting up the structure

    • ExpandCollaborating to author and edit the course

    • ExpandAdd the course content

    • ExpandMoving content around

    • ExpandOpen and closed cohorts

    • ExpandActivity and Course completion tracking

    • ExpandTesting your open course

    • ExpandMaking your course space live

    • ExpandFeedback on this user guide

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