One of my first tasks working for the Centre for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning (CATL) was to build an online Moodle resource for UWA. This learning object adheres to resource-based and social constrcutivist learning theory.
CATL had a team of five Educational Developers (including myself) who selected, designed, implemented & tested UWA's Moodle site - and then set about educating the academic staff of UWA about its existence and its use in the higher education context.
During my time at CATL I got to meet one of WA's great innovators - Moodle creator Martin Dougiamis (pictured below).
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