Crear cursos amistosos para mobile

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Cada vez más y más estudiantes acceden a sus cursos mediante smartphones, tablets u otros dispositivos móviles, cada vez más es importante que sus cursos sean mobile-frendly.

Encouraging students to install the official Moodle mobile app is one way to improve their learning experience. Below are some suggestions for optimising your course materials for students both using the app and accessing Moodle from mobile devices.

Use un tema amistoso-al-móvil

Recent versions of Moodle allow for responsive themes, which adapt to the browser screen size. Make sure your course uses such a theme and check its contents yourself before your students start the course.

Notifications and messages

Encourage your students to enable mobile notifications so they are alerted about calendar events, forum posts, messages, assignment submissions and so on. Find out more in Mobile app Notificaciones Push.

Proporcione una guía para 'como hacer' para Moodle en el móvil

Consider offering your students a guide (.PDF or a Moodle page resource) on how to access your course on the app,what they can do and not (yet) do from the app. Read up on the Características de Moodle Mobile and what's Nuevo para mobile.

Configurando su curso

  • The Topics or weekly course format is best suited to mobile devices.
  • Don't use orphaned activities or direct links to activities.
  • If you have a mix of students accessing the course on mobile and desktop, consider asking your admin to install the Plugin disponibilidad de Moodle Mobile which restricts items to desktop or mobile users.

Contenido del curso

  • Labels are initially collapsed, so include a short text introduction of what is inside any label.
  • Use responsive HTML in pages or mini-sites
  • Try to use the page resource instead of downloadable documents where possible.
  • Avoid uploading many documents or having numerous, text heavy pages. Think more in terms of short "information-bytes".
  • If you include Youtube videos, provide them also for download and offline viewing in a folder. Not all video formats are supported so add them in different formats. (MP4 is probably the most widely accepted format).
  • Drag and drop questions behave differently in the app. You can't drag images, you need to tap to select and tap to drop.
  • Note that if you add Youtube video links or map links as URL resources, they will open automatically in the app.
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Cosas a evitar

Some activities are not yet supported by the mobile app, so find alternatives.

See Moodle Mobile SCORM player for things to avoid in SCORM packages.

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