Missouri CAN is excited to announce the launching of a new resource for online, distance learning. It's called moodle.
Moodle is a Missouri CAN University of online courses for Community Action. Moodle is an online learning platform designed to provide educators, administrators, and learners with a single robust, secure, and integrated system to create personalized learning environments.
Moodle's short video modules provide orientation-type trainings at your own pace. With anytime, anywhere access, Moodle's online format overcomes the barriers of cost and time required for in-person training.
How do I use Moodle?
The training video modules are recorded Powerpoint presentations or videos. They can be viewed by individuals or in front of a group. Be sure to check for the training handouts and discussion guides that come with some modules.
- + Individual E-Courses: Click on the link at the top of the page to register for an account with Moodle. This is available for any CAA Network Staff, and an account may be registered for at anytime.
- + Group Training: For agencies wishing to have a facilitator-led group training, please contact Missouri CAN for an agency account.
What Courses Are Available?
During this pilot phase, there are 7 courses being launched to the network. These 7 courses fall within 2 categories of training: General Training & Board/Governance. The courses in each category are listed below, along with two courses that will be coming soon:
1. History of Community Action
2. Community Action Network
3. Missouri Poverty 101
4. Community Action Acronyms
5. Customer Service
6. Overview of ROMA - Coming Soon!
1. Board Member Roles & Responsibilities
2. Organizational Standards for Boards
3. Advocacy for Boards - Coming Soon!