Moodle i Mahara
Follow
3.7K views | +0 today
 
Scooped by Joan Queralt
onto Moodle i Mahara
Scoop.it!

Portafolis GES: exportació del portafolis

Tutorial d'exportació del portafolis en format HTML per exposar-lo després a Google Drive oa Dropbox...
more...
No comment yet.
Moodle i Mahara
aprenentatge amb moodle i mahara
Curated by Joan Queralt
Your new post is loading...
Your new post is loading...
Rescooped by Joan Queralt from Moodle Best LMS
Scoop.it!

The Complete Moodle Grade Book Guide - Super Moodle

The Complete Moodle Grade Book Guide - Super Moodle | Moodle i Mahara | Scoop.it
Instructors who want to take advantage of an innovative way of updating, tracking, importing and reporting their grades should make sure that they are looking at moodle grade book. Moodle grade book is an idea software system for teachers who need a one-stop shop for keeping up with their students academic activities in their classroom. It helps with cutting down on all of the hustle and bustle of manual recording processes since it provides the teacher will an automated option that makes her or his work much more efficient and accurate as well. For those who are interested in this automated classroom grading system, here are some of the top features that instructors can look forward to.

Via Miloš Bajčetić
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Joan Queralt
Scoop.it!

New features of Moodle 2.9 | HowToMoodle | Moodle Partner

New features of Moodle 2.9 | HowToMoodle | Moodle Partner | Moodle i Mahara | Scoop.it
Moodle 2.9 new features and enhancements. There are some really notable features, such as; Users now have a new profile page that is a lot better...
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Joan Queralt
Scoop.it!

10 Awesome Time-Saving Features in the Latest Moodle Release

10 Awesome Time-Saving Features in the Latest Moodle Release | Moodle i Mahara | Scoop.it
Moodle 2.9 aims to make Moodle simpler and friendlier for teachers to use, from streamlined navigation to improved activities.
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by Joan Queralt from Open Badges, badges, badges, badges....
Scoop.it!

Dominique-Alain Jan's presentation on Open Badges Maharahui 15

Description


Via gideonwilliams
more...
gideonwilliams's curator insight, April 11, 6:42 AM
Even without the commentary and notes this is a thoroughly engaging read through the development and future steps of open badges. Mentions in detail the new Open Badge Passport model referenced elsewhere on this topic.
Rescooped by Joan Queralt from Moodle Best LMS
Scoop.it!

What's coming in Moodle 2.9 that you should be aware of?

What's coming in Moodle 2.9 that you should be aware of? | Moodle i Mahara | Scoop.it
There are 300+ tracker items that are part of the upcoming 2.9 release. I’ve looked through them all and pulled some of those that I found to be the most interesting. Based on that this is going to be a great release, but without the major changes that were ushered in with previous releases. A lot of the changes will be more minor (but in aggregate should go far in creating a much more usable Moodle site for you and your users).

The full list of 2.9 changes and updates is available here: http://goo.gl/ErdFEX

Via Miloš Bajčetić
more...
Moodle_UK's curator insight, April 9, 8:56 AM

More features and further development to look forward to

Rescooped by Joan Queralt from Moodle i Mahara
Scoop.it!

7 Ways to Get Started with Analytics & Reports in Moodle | Moodle.com

7 Ways to Get Started with Analytics & Reports in Moodle | Moodle.com | Moodle i Mahara | Scoop.it
Learning analytics and elearning reporting offer insights into the progress of learners and ensure that objectives are being met. Viewing trends of participation, submissions and other data can assist educators improve the elearning experience, vastly helping retention rates and student successes. Here we explore 7 ways to view trends, analytics and data in your Moodle site.

Via Miloš Bajčetić, Joan Queralt
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by Joan Queralt from Moodle Best LMS
Scoop.it!

Q&A With Martin Dougiamas, Founder and CEO of Moodle

Q&A With Martin Dougiamas, Founder and CEO of Moodle | Moodle i Mahara | Scoop.it
ETT: What is the market segment your company is in and who are your core customers?

Although we are often called an LMS, we refer to Moodle as an open source learning platform because we do much more than a strict definition of an LMS can allow. Moodle is currently used in more than 230 countries with more than 70 million users worldwide. The focus of Moodle is to provide educators (individuals, schools, universities or workplace) with the tools to build their own highly customized site for online and blended learning.

In the 12 years since its first version, Moodle has been adopted by many renowned organisations across the globe, including Australia National University, California State Universities, London School of Economics, Google Mount Sinai Hospital, Shell, Mazda, ING, Allianz, and Open University as a few examples.



ETT: How did you come across the problem you’re addressing and how did you define it – what was your process in identifying it?

When I started Moodle, the web was fairly new and was largely a one-way publishing medium. As an Internet developer since 1990, however, I knew a lot more interactivity and collaboration was possible via computers, and I started researching the latest in pedagogy and working on Moodle as a way to blend this into the growing web technology.

 

ETT: What it is that you’re doing differently than your competitors? And do you expect to develop other differentiators in the future?

 

Moodle will continue to be an open source learning platform and to try and take open source to new heights.

Unlike many .com companies in the edtech sector who may be driven to produce profit for investors, our main drive is to provide free tools for educators to use as they wish.   Even though we do have a range of commercial services via our Moodle Partners (see moodle.com) all of these are designed to help pay developers to produce our free software.


Via Miloš Bajčetić
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by Joan Queralt from Usages numériques et Histoire Géographie
Scoop.it!

Treize scénarios d’activités de cours avec Moodle 2 - Centre NTE / Université de Fribourg

Treize scénarios d’activités de cours avec Moodle 2 - Centre NTE / Université de Fribourg | Moodle i Mahara | Scoop.it

Pour chaque scénario, nous décrivons d’abord les étapes de sa mise en œuvre avec des exemples. Ensuite, nous montrons pas à pas comment créer, paramétrer et utiliser les outils nécessaires dans un espace de cours Moodle2.

Il est important de savoir manipuler la plateforme Moodle 2 si votre institution propose ce LMS (Learning Management System) et si vous voulez l’utiliser en support à votre enseignement. Heureusement il existe bon nombre de ressources, imprimées et en ligne, pour aider à manipuler Moodle2 (nous en proposons une sélection au chapitre « Manipulations de base »). Mais cela ne suffit pas car un LMS ne remplace pas (heureusement) un(e) enseignant(e). Ce n’est qu’en mettant cet outil au service d’une intention pédagogique qu’il devient utile.


Via HG Académie de Rennes
more...
HG Académie de Rennes's curator insight, December 9, 2014 1:59 AM

Des ressources complètes (un peu trop textuelles malgré tout) mais très utiles pour progresser.

Liste des scénarios proposés :
- Permettre l’auto-évaluation
- Concrétiser les contenus du cours
- Utiliser les objectifs d’apprentissage
- Structurer les activités et les ressources
- Écrire une synthèse
- Autoévaluation avec Leçons
- Présenter un thème en groupe
- Maîtriser le temps du cours
- Structurer et donner accès aux ressources
- Présentations orales et allo-évaluation
- Travailler en groupe
- Rendre visible l’avancement dans le scénario
- Le débat thématique

Armando's curator insight, January 2, 6:05 AM

Treize scénarios d’activités de cours avec Moodle 2 - Centre NTE / Université de Fribourg

Scooped by Joan Queralt
Scoop.it!

Moodle 2.8 Release Highlights Overview

Discover more of our new features in Moodle docs https://docs.moodle.org/28/en/New_features Moodle 2.8 is our latest release - once again the result of the hard work from our core team and...
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Joan Queralt
Scoop.it!

E-Portfolio system with Mahara for International Schools

E-Portfolio system with Mahara for International Schools | Moodle i Mahara | Scoop.it
About ePortfolio An electronic portfolio (also known as an eportfolio, e-portfolio, or digital portfolio) is a collection of electronic evidence assembled and managed by a class, a student or any i...
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Joan Queralt
Scoop.it!

Moodle Demo Sites | Mount Orange School | Sandbox | Moodle.com

An overview on the demonstration sites that Moodle offers any user to explore and experience the learning platform. Discover the LMS, the features and
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Joan Queralt
Scoop.it!

Supporting ePortfolio implementations through webinars - YouTube

Pecha Kucha presentation by Kristina D.C. Hoeppner at the Eporfolio Forum 2014 in Melbourne, Australia, on 2 October 2014. Slides available at: https://slide...
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by Joan Queralt from Moodle Best LMS
Scoop.it!

BREAKING: Free Hosting for Educators, Introducing MoodleCloud

BREAKING: Free Hosting for Educators, Introducing MoodleCloud | Moodle i Mahara | Scoop.it

In a surprising announcement this morning at the Australia Moot, founder Martin Dougiamas announced the launch of MoodleCloud, free Moodle classroom hosting for educators worldwide.

The service will provide educators around the globe the ability to sign up, create courses, and host their classes online for free all on a current Moodle version without needing their local IT staff or administrators to setup a site or fees for hosting.

The official free course hosting launch is a welcome service for Moodlers who for years have used a slew of “freemium” Moodle hosting sites which have suddenly pivoted, languished versions, or slowly become defunct due to latency or lack of a sustainable business model (see a list here).

While the site is not designed for running a MOOC or larger course (users are limited at 50) it does come with free access to BigBlueButton web conferencing for up to 6 users at a time, potentially a great resource for online tutoring sessions and live instruction.

The service will be supported through “minimal advertising”.

According to the official press release [read the full document here - https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6dptaPpGZSHWHd2cGFMMUVZV0E/view?usp=sharing],


Via Miloš Bajčetić
more...
Armando's curator insight, July 10, 5:18 AM

BREAKING: Free Hosting for Educators, Introducing MoodleCloud

Scooped by Joan Queralt
Scoop.it!

Moodlerooms - Creating a better teaching and learning experience - YouTube

Moodlerooms is designed for Further Education Colleges, Universities, Work Based Learning (WBL), Adult and Community Learning (ACL), who want to develop thei...
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Joan Queralt
Scoop.it!

@Moodler's Keynote from #MootDE15

@Moodler's Keynote from #MootDE15 | Moodle i Mahara | Scoop.it
If you're interested in Martin's latest keynote presentation you can catch video and audio of the speech in the video linked/embedded below. This version was recorded at the 2015 Moodlemoot in Lube...
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Joan Queralt
Scoop.it!

The next-gen Mahara by Kristina Hoeppner

The next-gen Mahara by Kristina Hoeppner | Moodle i Mahara | Scoop.it
Presentation by Kristina Hoeppner (Catalyst IT) at the Moodle-Mahara Meetup in Adelaide, 16 April 2015.
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by Joan Queralt from Moodle Best LMS
Scoop.it!

Easy to use Gapfill Question Type for Moodle

Easy to use Gapfill Question Type for Moodle | Moodle i Mahara | Scoop.it

This question type by Marcus Green (who showcased the easy to use DDMarker type last week) has also released the Gapfill Question Type for Moodle which Mr. Green says “can be explained in just this 7 word sentence: ‘Put square braces around the missing words'”.

The question type allows you to create sentences as questions which are missing several of their words (however the words aren’t just missing, they’ve been enclosed with square brackets during the question creation and those words are now part of a jumble to be dragged and dropped back into place. The question type is similar to Moodle Cloze but admittedly much simpler to use.

Marcus has created a quick walk through of the benefits of the Gapfill qtype for last year’s IE/UK Moodle Moot through a presentation which is available here: http://goo.gl/SaKPln


Via Miloš Bajčetić
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by Joan Queralt from Moodle Best LMS
Scoop.it!

New Moodle Plugin Category: "Incubating"

New Moodle Plugin Category: "Incubating" | Moodle i Mahara | Scoop.it
The Moodle addon database got a new addition recently, that of a category for projects which are “incubating”. According to the category description,

Moodle plugins listed in this category do not yet meet all the different standards and criteria to be listed in the matching plugins category. They may be eventually re-evaluated and propagated once the detected issues are fixed.

Important Plugins here may requires special attention during the installation, and sometimes even needs hacks to core.

Plugins in this category are excluded from automatic updates. The code here is more likely to break when you upgrade Moodle and we generally do not recommend installing it unless you have Moodle developers on hand to help maintain it.

Think of it as the testing grounds for new Moodle plugins that might do something awesome but also might need additional help in maintaining on your site if you were using it in production. Recently I showcased the Bookmarks (within book chapter) plugin which is available in this category. Three additional plugins now also reside in the category: My Feedback, Exam, and SNA SUNYU.

Each is available to either use at your own risk or to play around with on a non-production site. If you’re a developer you can also offer to help get these plugins out of incubation and into the standard plugin repository where they’ll benefit from automatic updates and install like the rest of the addons.

Via Miloš Bajčetić
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by Joan Queralt from Moodle Best LMS
Scoop.it!

7 Ways to Get Started with Analytics & Reports in Moodle | Moodle.com

7 Ways to Get Started with Analytics & Reports in Moodle | Moodle.com | Moodle i Mahara | Scoop.it
Learning analytics and elearning reporting offer insights into the progress of learners and ensure that objectives are being met. Viewing trends of participation, submissions and other data can assist educators improve the elearning experience, vastly helping retention rates and student successes. Here we explore 7 ways to view trends, analytics and data in your Moodle site.

Via Miloš Bajčetić
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by Joan Queralt from Moodlicious
Scoop.it!

Moodle Socialwall (eCommunity) Course Format

The initial release of the #Moodle Socialwall (eCommunity) course format is ready for the general public.  


Via Patric Lougheed
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by Joan Queralt from Moodle Best LMS
Scoop.it!

Setting Up A Moodle Lesson Activity - Super Moodle

Setting Up A Moodle Lesson Activity - Super Moodle | Moodle i Mahara | Scoop.it
The Moodle lesson activity will entail a number of web pages that have been designed for the students to help present a number of activities related to a certain course. The lesson activity might be applied as a substitute of the Book recourse, which is a sequence of content pages. The lessons in Moodle might be categorized and graded using questions that are meant for scoring. The questions might be used basically as a resource of pages that are not graded, or it could be a blend of the two.

Via Miloš Bajčetić
more...
Nathalie Mercken's curator insight, December 4, 2014 2:08 PM

ajouter votre aperçu ...

Scooped by Joan Queralt
Scoop.it!

Quiz Plugin: Deferred Feedback with an Opportunity to Explain

Quiz Plugin: Deferred Feedback with an Opportunity to Explain | Moodle i Mahara | Scoop.it
As assessment becomes more and more necessary and commonplace in online courses, the opportunity for students to explain themselves on why they selected an answer might be a good way to bridge the ...
more...
No comment yet.