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FLO: Basic building

Course description

Every topic has a Flinders Learning Online (FLO) site, whether it is taught face to face, fully online, or with a blended approach. Building and maintaining a FLO teaching site is the responsibility of the Topic Coordinator or convener of the topic, who may work with other teachers or eLearning professionals to develop the learning environment. 


This hands-on workshop will step you through the basics of organising your topic, adding activities and resources, and setting up a user-friendly environment that makes sense and looks good. You can also use this workshop as an opportunity to refresh or practice your FLO editing skills. 

Workshop participants will be manually enrolled into a shared sandpit (practice/play) site. 

For more on designing your topic, see Designing and Teaching a fully Online Topic

Type of course

Hands-on computer course

Presenters

Mustafa Ameen
Centre for Innovation in Learning and Teaching

Who should attend

This course is open to anyone creating, converting or refreshing a topic in FLO. Typically, this will be Topic Coordinators, but may also include FLO support staff, teaching academics, or other eLearning professionals. 

What you will learn

This course will introduce you to the basics of topic development in FLO, including:

  • choosing the right format for your topic 
  • selecting the right FLO activity or tool for the job 
  • adding new activities and resources to your topic 
  • applying an organising pattern to the site
  • using, removing and adding blocks to the side 
  • where to go for further help, and what other workshops may be useful for you