Problem You want to give good feedback to students for project work but not spend your life marking Solution “Use Moodle rubrics” [If you don’t have Moodle, then rubrics are great for giving feedback, you’ll just need to do...
Contributing moodler Leyun Xia has developed a Q&A forum plugin for Moodle. It adapts Question2Answer, a format of sparking feedback among peers where communities collaborate around topics or problems. If you know the dynamic of sites such as Stack Exchange, Question2Answer will look familiar.
The QR Links plugin has received a lot of stability fixes in its latest release. QR Links lets you to involve physical spaces and mobile phones in your Moodle experience. With a little creativity you can get your version of subject-savvy Pokémon Go!
Did you know: When students activities involve physical spaces, not only their spatial skills improve. Improvement in spatial skill tends to improve basic math skills such as arithmetic. This according to an article published in the Developmental Psychology Journal.
Besides providing an easy way for your students to access, save and share part of your course, QR codes have proven to be an easy and flexible solution to many related information problems. So why should learning be the exception?
If you are a web nerd and have not heard of Zapier then you need to get out more (or stay in more and spend more time on the web). Zapier, for those who don’t know, is a service that triggers events and actions based on specific things happening on your website, in your inbox or with the apps and websites you use daily.
Or as Zapier neatly put it, “A web automation app which can automate part of your business or life”. So you can, for example, automatically update a spreadsheet from an email triggered from Moodle, or turn new Moodle users into Mailchimp subscribers. Or post your RSS feeds and course updates to social networks.
If you want to add a slideshow to your Moodle, look no further. A block type plugin, Slideshow uses JQuery to handle the transition of images and ensures the DOM maintains the moving gallery on the…...
Lewis Carr (CEO and Founder of AdaptiVLE Ltd), has shared a nice infographic prepared for the MoodleMoot Ireland UK 2016 (#MootIEUK16) about designing Moodle courses for Mobile. The infographic is self explanatory and contains brief step by step instructions for creating a mobile friendly course with Moodle.
Moodle is a powerful learning management system which is widely used by academics and students to build online course management and e-learning websites for universities and institutions around the world.
Rafael Scapin, the Coordinator of Educational Technology, Teacher & Moodle Evangelist at Dawson College, Montreal has shared a presentation on the best #Moodle modules and plugins on slideshare. The workshop presentation was presented at the annual Moodle Day at Dawson College (Montreal).
You can check out the presentation below or through this direct slideshare link.
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