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Chris Betcher

MoodleMayhem - 162 views

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    The Moodle Mayhem Group is a community of Moodle-using educators who have joined together to pool their creative innovations regarding the use of Moodle with K-12, as well as adult learners.
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    This is an excellent resource for my district!
Diego J. Vigueras Gonzalez

Edu20 vs. Moodle by Matt Henchen on Prezi - 101 views

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    Comparación entre Moodle y Edu 2.0 (en inglés)
Greg Hundermark

Navigating the Moodle Interface - For Dummies - 97 views

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    RT @Moodlerooms: Navigating the #moodle interface for dummies: http://bit.ly/eGbIM4 #opensource #lms #elearning
Roland Gesthuizen

imoot 2011 - 61 views

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    iMoot is an annual event where the Moodle community of over 32 million users are provided the opportunity to join together on a global scale. This web based event engages a global audience of Moodle practitioners, administrators and decision makers in one event for an online e-conference with a difference!
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    Here is a Moodle event to add to your 2011 online calendar. :-)
Maria José Vitorino

Moodle Tool Guide for Teachers - Cat's Pyjamas - 115 views

  • A few weeks ago, a Social Media Cheat Sheet was doing the round. A nice visualization of the pro’s & cons of each social media channel, but with a business/marketing focus. I thought I should do one for social media use in education. However for most of the teachers I work with, our Moodle (EIT Online) is still their primary online teaching environment. So instead I set out to create this poster size guide for teachers, allowing them to compare the functionality and pedagogical advantages of some standard Moodle tools, adding a column to indicate how tricky the tool is to set up.
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    PDF guide to Moodle tools
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    Poster of the functions of Moodle
Tracy Tuten

Back to school with wikis | ZDNet - 45 views

  • The idea is really quite simple: “The most simple thing that could possibly work” (Ward Cunningham) for personal/social learning environments in schools would rather be based on wikis than on an LMS like Moodle…One would have a wiki farm (one wiki for each class and year, and probably an over-all school wiki) with some simple routines and templates. (To do this right would be crucial.)…For the Wiki itself, it would be best to use an Open Source wiki platform (DokuWiki) running on own server, or on a community-driven server specialized in offering wiki-platforms for schools. Possible would be also Wikispaces (as white label service), Google Sites (as part of Google Apps Edu), or even Confluence (because it has all the features of a full & stable enterprise wiki system and is still not expensive).
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    An article from ZDNet on the value of wikis for schools. 
Lee-Anne Patterson

The World of Moodle by Cecelia Foster on Prezi - 101 views

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    Very comprehensive presentation on different aspects of moodle
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