Moodle Course Design
In her book Learner-Centred Teaching , Maryellen Weimer discusses five key changes to teacher practice that can lead to improved outcomes for learners. We consider each of these in turn and their possible relationship to the implementation of an LMS such as Moodle or indeed a number of related tools, such as Google Apps.
Moodle’s “hidden feature”
In my last engagement, I regularly spoke of Course Reports as one of Moodle’s “hidden” features because teachers did not seem to grasp their significance readily. Perhaps because, in a normal classroom situation you develop a “feel” for the way things are going – although there is research to show that in larger classes, teachers might not be as aware of all the inter-actions as they believe themselves to be.
Book Review: Moodle Multimedia Cookbook.
This is the second edition of the book by Silvina P. Hillar and published by Packt (http://www.packtpub.com). The book surveys a wide range of techniques for using images, audio and video in Moodle courses. It also covers the use of cloud storage and cloud apps like Dropbox, Box.net, Google Drive and Apps, YouTube and Office 365 among others.