Moodle training – sign up!

Several Moodle training sessions available in Finnish and Moodle Basics and Quiz in English! Trainings are webinars at Zoom.

Detailed information and registration at Suffeli Learning, see links below (Suffeli instructions).






If signed with * the final 30 minutes of the session is reserved for questions.

Any other future trainings will be updated to this list.


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If there is no suitable training available at a time that works for you, please just email us at and we can provide training for you and your colleagues. You can find examples of the trainings in the picture below. Read descriptions of the trainings in Suffeli Learning: Moodle Training Program  (click on the “training list” tab).

Sign up for the Moodle-miitti! On Monday 30.5.2022, from 9am to 12pm, teachers will showcase their pedagogical solutions in Moodle

Sign up by registering on the Moodle area and adding the event to your calendar.

In the webinar, you will hear about good e-learning practices and ideas and exchange experiences with other Moodle teachers. This year, all Finnish Moodle teachers have been invited to the Moodle-miitti!

The opportunity is suitable for both those who are beginners in using Moodle and those who have taught with Moodle for a long time.

The first two presentations are in English and the rest in Finnish. Group discussions will be conducted according to the language of the participants.


9-9.15 Introduction and welcome Educational Technology Specialist Heikki Wilenius, DOJO
9.15-9.30 Creating a self-study academic writing course in Moodle (in English) University Instructor Jonathon Martin, Language Centre (Academic Writing in English)
9.30-10 Discussion in small groups
10-10.15 Gamified course in Moodle using ThingLink and various assessment methods (in English) Senior University Lecturer Reijo Käkelä, Faculty of biological and environmental sciences & Educational Technology Specialist Sanna-Katja Parikka, DOJO
10.15-10.25 Discussion in small groups
10.25-10.40 Break
10.40-10.55 Accessible Moodle Course: First Steps (in Finnish) University Lecturer Tuuli Anna Renvik, Faculty of Social Sciences (Sosial psychology), Open University
10.55-11.10 Discussion in small groups
11.10-11.25 Giving feedback to specializing doctors with the Database Activity (in Finnish) Ewa Jokinen, Faculty of Medicine
11.25-11.40 Discussion in small groups
11.40-11.55 Extra credits from voluntary exams, implementation and experiences (in Finnish) University Lecturer Teemu Rinne, Faculty of Medicine (Psychology), Open University
11.55-12 Closing Educational Technology Specialist Heikki Wilenius, DOJO

Take a relaxed seat and your morning coffee with you, and come hear about the best ideas for your own teaching! Welcome!

The event will be organized by Services for Digital Education and Continuous Learning (DOJO).

More information:

Training Moodle Group work on Wed 6th April at 3-5 pm

This training is in Finnish.

Registration in SAP Suffeli.

You can use the tools supporting group work in the Moodle online learning environment to support students’ group work as follows:

  • Create separate discussion forums for groups
  • Accept group work and assess it so that all group members receive there grades at the same time
  • Share/hide assignments and resources for different groups

After the training, you will:

  • Be able to create groups and enable students to develop their own groups
  • Understand the differences between the visible and different group types and be able to choose the type suited for your course
  • significance of interaction in online teaching and learning, and will have learned about the pedagogical practices of group development
  • know how to start using group features, for example, in a discussion forum and in returning assignments.

Other Moodle training sessions: Come to Moodle training (spring -22).

Also remeber The Digipeda Cafe on Thursdays!


Order training

If there is no suitable training available at a time that works for you, please just email us at and we can provide individual consultations and group training for you and your colleagues. See Moodle & MOOC training (Flamma).

Wanted: Interesting Moodle course areas!

Is there a Moodle course that you’d like to learn more about?

On Monday 30.5.2022 at 9-12 a.m., there is a Moodle meetup (webinar) where teachers present their Moodle courses.

You’re welcome if you are interested in Moodle or remote, online and hybrid teaching in general.

For the first time, the Moodle-miitti will also be opened to other teachers in Finnish educational institutions who use Moodle in their teaching.

Please let us know if there is a Moodle course you’d like to hear more about. Or you can simply suggest your own course! Please send your proposals by 14th March 2022 using this form.

The featured Moodle courses may be ones that

  • have received good feedback from students,
  • take different learners and learning pathways into consideration,
  • meet accessibility criteria,
  • is well-suited to large numbers of students,
  • are self-study courses,
  • are visually attractive,
  • create a gamified experience,
  • take international students into consideration, or
  • are MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses – open for everyone and there is no limitation for registration)

The idea of the event is to present Moodle courses from a pedagogical point of view. The duration of the presentations is around 15 minutes. Therefore, the technical settings for activities and other details will not be covered.

You can already sign up for the Moodle-miitti by registrating in the Moodle area “Moodle-miitti 2022”. Also remember add event to your own calendar.

Questions? Email to, University of Helsinki, Services for Digital Education and Continuous Learning

Take a peek at the Moodle Advent Calendar!

The Moodle support team at the University of Helsinki has created a Moodle themed Advent Calendar that has tips, facts, and other Moodle related content.

The Advent calendar is created with the H5P activity in Moodle, and is available both in English and in Finnish:

Wishing you a nice holiday season,
The Moodle team
Educational technology services