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I know that many of my students in the E-Learning and Online Teaching Graduate Certificate want to learn more about Moodle. I introduce Moodle in the first course (E-Learning for Eductors) but can't really do it justice in just a few weeks.
I'd recommend anyone interested in learning to teach on line or design online curriculum to get deeply involved with Moodle. You can get your own Moodle set up for little more than the cost of your time. It's a great way to start, and Moodle is a great place to teach.
This MOOC looks very promising!
I'm pretty sure we were looking at doing an open online course on using moodle to teach...
MDL2: Free Moodle hosting without limits using your own subdomain and admin privileges
I'd like to see all of my e-learning students set up their own Moodle as a sandbox for online teaching experimentation.
Create your own online learning center.
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My institution has just moved to Moodle this presentation has some really practical tips to engage students in learning using this LMS
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Would you be interested in a list of Free Moodle Video Tutorials? In case that you would like to add a Free Moodle Video Tutorial you can do so!
I'll be putting these tutorials to work since I'm finally pulling my stick out of the mud and converting my Moodle work from 1.9 to 2.X. I'll admit I'm in a rut. I know the 'old' Moodle so well and it works so reliably that I just haven't gotten around to upgrading. Now I am!
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Welcome to your Orientation Course! This short course will introduce you to several key computer skills and study strategies you'll need to do well in your courses. You'll want to set aside about one hour to complete all the material. There will be a short assessment at the end that you'll need to complete before you can begin working in your official class. Don't panic, though! If you work diligently through the material in this course, you'll do fine!
Embedding videos is a great way to enhance a website or online course. It used to be that we just linked to the video, clicked on the link and then watched the video on the video owner's site. Well since embedding has come ...
No doubt there’s a huge intrinsic value in creating tutorials with a familiar voice highlighting a familiar looking site, but if you’re short on time and long on the demand for showcasing how to do x, y or z in Moodle then the communities stores of videos are definitely a great place to start. Here’s are some of my favorite Moodle video sites and sources representing well over 600 videos (and this number if growing daily):
Google Docs-Moodle tutorial Google Docs provides an online office system that includes Documents, Spreadsheets, and Presentations. This can be used as an online content system for publishing content in Moodle by following the steps in this tutorial. This tutorial is mainly for folks who currently publish web pages and then link to them from within their Moodle system.
When you're building your Moodle course, you may find that using the standard topic/week blocks on the main page is not the most ideal way to present and apply your content and learning activities. The topic blocks can be handy, but they can comprise a "scroll of death" (note one way to avoid this here) and tend to present like a database and 'list' things like downloads and quizzes and assignments without many real options to contextualise them or present them in a 'fuller' learning sequence.
first and very brief look at Cohorts -or "site wide groups" in Moodle .20...
Presentation by Mark Drechsler at the Masterclass session of the 2012 Australian Moodlemoot.
This is a Moodle installation for OER Foundation courses and WikiEducator users.
When it comes to e-Learning, today's instructors have very unique needs that are always changing.
In this webinar, join representatives from Calvin College and Roanoke Chowan Community College to discover how two very different institutions used Moodlerooms’ joule to access key instructional features that help them reach their teaching and learning goals and hear about each campus' future plans for e-Learning.
The purpose of the http://elearningfeeds.com/ is to provide you with the more recent headlines, short descriptions of eLearning articles, and links to the articles themselves, that have been posted on the BEST eLearning websites and blogs around the world.
This is a magazine style presentation of a number of RSS feeds from a variety of E-learning resources. There is a good deal of Moodle training content here as well.
Canadian Moodle Moot 2013 Vancouver, February 12 – 15, 2013Integrating a Moodle Course into Facebook Rafael Scapin, Ph.D.Coordina
"Hi, I'm very pleased to announce that Totara Learning Solutions (the distributors of the corporate distro of Moodle called TotaraLMS) will be developing an Open Badges solution for Moodle and Mahara."
Thanks to @ScottHibberson for pointing this out to me, could be a lot of potential for badges recording achievement in Moodle
Informal reflections and comment on happenings in the corporate learning and e-learning world, from Europe's leading learning analyst.
Each new version of Moodle allows teachers to create more engaging online courses, and do so more easily as Moodle becomes more user-friendly. It also puts extra strain on the ...
The paper identifies a set of universal instructional design (UID) principles appropriate to distance education (DE) and tailored to the needs of instructional designers and instructors teaching online. These principles are then used to assess the accessibility level of a sample online course and the availability of options in its LMS platform (Moodle) to increase course accessibility. Numerous accessibility-sensitive plug-in modules are found to be available to Moodle users, though relatively few features were included in the sample course analysed. This may be because they have not been made available to instructors at the institutional level. The paper offers a series of recommendations to improve the accessibility of online DE to learners with diverse abilities, disabilities, and needs.
Juliana Payson shows how to integrate Moodle and WordPress for a better online learning experience.
The WordPress site is also where students can exchange information on their projects via blog and share videos, while the Moodle site is where Professor Stern holds online course discussions, collects her student’s final submissions, and distributes her reading homework. The Professor has also set up “blog collectives” in which students are required to comment on those of other students in the same collective. By doing so, she hopes, she will encourage her students to read one another’s work and thus benefit from mutual learning. And some of the blogs are “dual purpose”—one part in which the student writes a response that integrates the screenings and the readings of the question, and a second part in which “anything goes”—that is, as long as the student makes one post a week by Sunday at midnight (and he also has to have determined at the beginning what he is going to post about).
Over the past few years I’ve seen a lot of great Moodle videos. Here are a few of my favorite sources/sites for Moodle related media.
So I had time yesterday to peruse some online courses and came across the site alison.com, which offers 400 free interactive online courses in areas like business and enterprise skills, digital lit...
I thought a list created on my own would not be nearly as useful as a list created with the help of fellow moodlers who come from different perspectives so I created a wiki page and posted a call for help compiling the ultimate Pros and Cons list. While the response wasn't enormous there were some great pros and cons added to the list from Joseph Thibault and other fellow Moodlers.
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At Key To School (KTS), we believe that Moodle is indeed a gift to all educators. However, it was observed that setting up and maintaining a Moodle server was an uphill task for many educators, and experience becomes worse by the restrictions imposed by many non-managed hosting providers. On the other end of the spectrum, the managed Moodle hosting is too costly for a first time Moodler and individuals on low budget. We strive to bring better moodle hosting solutions for moodlers who want best-in-class moodle-managed hosting services at the most affordable price.
The Wisconsin Moodle Moot will be held in the Sun Prairie School District August 6th-7th.
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Sun Prairie Area School District