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WCEL's Help Documentation

eLearning Design

eLearning is a wide field and in places is becoming known as learning in a technology rich environment. The WCEL Team maintain a collection of resources to complement our eLearning workshops.


The Moodle Orientation VideoMoodle demonstrates how to access Moodle, where to find help and how to use the basic Moodle tools. The video will begin playing automatically. Double-click the screen capture displayed on the right to view in full screen mode. You can use the Contents items to skip to specific parts of the presentation.

The Moodle Help FilesHTML Icon will introduce users to the basics of participating in an online paper using Moodle.

The Moodle Support CourseMoodle (UOW users only) on the eLearn Moodle site can be used to assist users with common queries and provide a chance to practice with the online learning tools.

The Staff Training ModulesMoodle (UOW staff only) contains internal Professional Development and support courses for University staff members.


Online support documentation is available online via the University Specific Support Site as well as the Panopto Support Webpages.

Google Apps

Google offer a great range of documentation on the Google Apps Learning Center pages. You can also try Synergyse, a great training resource that helps you as you work. Visit our Google Groups documentation if you would like to provide an easy way to communicate with groups of people

Personal Help

WCEL offer regular workshops and can arrange group sessions as required. The ITS Service Desk is the first point of contact for assistance, log a job via the Landesk Self Service Portal. Any queries that cannot be resolved by Service Desk staff will be logged to the WCEL Team for action.

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