Welcome To CRC OnLine Training
CRC eStudent Online Management System
To gain access to most of what we offer, we recommend you review the <link>Get Start Section <link> section of the website, were we highlighted the basics that every student should be familiar with while using the website. But if you want to get straight into it, then here below is a brief introductory video on courses outline.
To login to this site use the user name and password that were created as part of the eStudent registration or contact Admission Once logged-in you will be able to access your assignments.
A. VLE Moodle FAMILIARISATION
1. Watch the following brief VLE tour video, which provides details of how the VLE Moodle is structured and navigated.
2. Next, spend some time simply exploring the VLE Moodle, selecting options from the drop-down menu and viewing various pages until you become become familiar with and feel comfortable navigating the site.
At this stage your aim is simply to get to know how the VLE is structured and feel comfortable finding your way around. Don't worry, there's no danger of causing any damage. It might be best to bookmark the pages a you navigate the site, so you can easily get back on track.
3. Finally, familiarise yourself with who does what at CRC so that you know who to contact when an issue arises or you need help. To do this visit the CRC TEAM page. Please note CRC's online courses have different leaders and managers from their taught equivalent.
B. PROGRAMME INDUCTION
Once you are familiar with navigating the VLE the next stage is formal induction on to your programme of study. Please complete the following tasks, in order.
1. Complete the following documents:
Course Enrolment Form
Other Online registration form should be submitted before starting your course Enquiry
NB All documents are supplied in Word format allowing you to complete and return as an attachment on a PC. If you have a tablet (e.g. iPad) make sure you have downloaded an app to read and edit Word documents (e.g. Pages), allowing you to complete and return the form through your tablet.
If you were enroled last academic year you must also complete and return the Student Records Update Form to ensure we have your up-to date contact details.
2. Read through the University of Middlesex welcome and entitlement letter, taking careful note of any information and/or instructions which affect you.
3. Read through CRC's Student Programme Handbook 2013-14.
Please note this is a long, detailed and essential document setting various rules and regulations concerning your programme of study. It is therefore essential that all students have read through and understood fully its contents. It is your responsibility to ensure familiarity with its contents.
If in any doubt about anything, ask!
C. STUDY SKILLS INDUCTION
1. Take the online research tutorial at the Internet for Religious Studies and Theology website, which is a free, interactive tutorial for improving Internet research skills.
2. Finally, visit the Study Skills page (see Support drop-down menu) and work through all the materials - in order - on that page.
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