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This informal course will help you learn how to create a basic Moodle course in NVeLearn. The course contains a brief overview lesson of settings, samples of the most commonly used items in course development and helpful video tutorials for extra help. 

Course Overview:

This interactive presentation explains what phishing is and provides examples of the different types of phishing. It also provides guidelines to help individuals recognize phishing attempts so that appropriate actions may be taken to avoid these attacks and their consequences. It explains that Phishing is a serious, high-tech scam and that system users are the best line of defense against phishing. Further, it illustrates why users should always be on the look out for phishing attempts even from people from within their organization.

Learning Objectives:

Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to recognize phishing attempts, and respond appropriately.

Time to Complete (Approx.): 30 Minutes

How to Enroll: Student self-enrollment. Click on the course name.

Course Overview:

This interactive course provides an introduction to social networking. The presentation acknowledges the positive aspects of social networking, but also familiarizes users with some of the risks associated with social networking services. Particular emphasis is placed on the guidance for and limitations on personal use of social networking on an employer's information systems. Practical experience is used to assist users with making informed choices on issues encountered when creating an online profile on a fictional social networking service. This training concludes with a brief summary of the Do's and Don'ts of social networking, particularly on government computers. This information can also benefit friends and family members, and the general public.

Learning Objectives:

Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to:

  1. Understand the concepts and benefits of social networking
  2. Recognize the risks with using social networking, and the risks of ignoring social networking
  3. Make informed decisions about what information to share publicly, and what not to share

Minimum Passing Score: 75% on the Final Exam

Credit Hours: 0.5

Time to Complete (Approx.): 30 Minutes

How to Enroll: Student self-enrollment. Click on the course name.