Educators in medical schools around the world are presently experimenting with innovative ways of using web-based learning to supplement the existing teaching and learning process. We have recently used a popular open-source course management system (CMS) called the modular object-oriented dynamic learning environment (Moodle) to construct an online site (DPhysiol) to facilitate our face-to-face teaching of physiology to a group of first-year students in the Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery program......
This channel contains screencasts and links to information on how to perform various activities in Moodle 2.2 & 2.3 The LINproject channel is a result of collaboration between Waterford Institute of Technology, Institute of Technology Sligo,......read more
Since Moodle 2.0 we’ve been able to restrict access to activities (and now whole topic sections) according to certain conditions, such as grades met or previous activities completed. In Moodle 2.4 it will be possible also to...... (read more)
"This Insight describes how Moodle was used in the context of supporting an academic research project with the aim of providing a framework that could be used to support future small or large-scale research efforts"
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