Getting Started on Yorkshare – New Online Self-Paced Tutorial

If you can’t make our Getting Started workshops, or you need a quick refresher when creating your Yorkshare sites, you can use our online tutorial instead.

You can now self-enrol on a tutorial site on Yorkshare that you can work through or use as a reference source for your basic VLE site development and maintenance needs. The Getting Started Tutorial covers the same basic content that our face-to-face Getting Started workshop includes using, for the most part, short narrated walk-through videos contextualised into a logical tutorial framework that you can follow.

To self-enrol on the Tutorial:

  1. First log-in to Yorkshare.
  2. Now go to this link: Self-paced Yorkshare (VLE) Getting Started Tutorial.
  3. Click the +Enrol button at the bottom of the left menu.

The Getting Started Tutorial includes:

  • Basic ‘button-clicking’ training videos, for example on how to upload files or make your site available
  • How to embed multimedia
  • How to create tests and use interactive tools within Yorkshare

If you don’t want to self-enrol on the Yorkshare VLE site in order to view the core resources, our video guides are also available in the public domain on YouTube.

For further information on the above see our previous post on Getting Started with Yorkshare.

If you would like to attend our face-to-face workshops, please sign up to a session on the Support tab > Training page within Yorkshare.

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