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Learning Technology | E-learning community – Magic with Moodle

Learning Technology | E-learning community – Magic with Moodle | Using Moodle at Glyndwr | Scoop.it
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Some nice examples of how different Moodle tools and features are being used at the University of Nottingham by different departments

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Sweet Feature: Completion Tracking of Forums

Sweet Feature: Completion Tracking of Forums | Using Moodle at Glyndwr | Scoop.it
I’ve been playing a lot with completion tracking lately and am pretty excited at all of the actionable items that can be tracked in a course for each student.  While webpages and LTI resource...
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Post about the great new feature in Moodle 2 - completion tracking, with specific reference to forums.

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How to get students to participate in Online Discussions…

How to get students to participate in Online Discussions… | Using Moodle at Glyndwr | Scoop.it
This is the first post in a triplet series on how to create effective discussions in an online learning environment. This post discusses how course instructors can shape and create robust and rich ...
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ITRC NEWS @ Idaho State University: Grading, Restricting, and Closing Forums in Moodle

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Some useful tips on closing off a forum but still making it available to students to view.

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How-to facilitate robust discussions…online

How-to facilitate robust discussions…online | Using Moodle at Glyndwr | Scoop.it
Discussion is a tool for learning. The challenge for educators teaching online is to develop a ‘space’ where rich discussion and inquiry abounds. This is post two in a three-part series...
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Moodle Poodle: Login to the site

Compiled by Megan Robertson on the Moodle Poodle site – a list of things teachers can do with forums, from a list of suggestions put forward by the JISC Moodle Users mailing list group. You need to log in as a guest. 

 

 http://www.moodlepoodle.co.uk/mod/resource/view.php?id=39

 

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