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Four Ideas for Effective Use of Activity Completion

10.14.2014

A visual representation of student progress in a course is possible using Activity completion settings.

Moving from Face-to-Face to Hybrid Delivery Using Moodle

10.1.2014

Blended learning is the combination of face-to-face and online instruction in a way that fosters community and improves learning.

Awarding Certificates in Moodle

9.16.2014

Certificates are commonly awarded in courses as a way to show that a student has accomplished a specified level of achievement. In the online world, students can receive a certificate virtually just as they might in the face-to-face setting.

Best Practices: Track Student Behaviors using Database

9.3.2014

The Database activity allows for collaborative development of a collection of data within a course. It allows the teacher and/or participants to build, display, and search a bank of recorded entries about any conceivable topic.

Joule Classroom (Blackboard Collaborate) Plugin

8.19.2014

Online courses contain an array of asynchronous activities types, such as Moodle Assignment, Forum, Quiz, Database, Glossary and much more.

Adding OER Content from xpLor

8.5.2014

Blackboard xpLor is an advanced learning object repository that contains Open Educational Resources (OER). In today’s post, I am going to discuss how to use xpLor to pull OER resources into your Joule courses.

Getting Started with Online Course Design

7.22.2014

While teachers know how to design a course for the face-to-face environment, they don’t always have the knowledge required to design an online one. Designing an online course can be more challenging than most expect.

Building Professional Development around Moodlerooms 2.6

7.8.2014

Before joining the Learning Solutions team here at Moodlerooms, I worked as the Training and Development Coordinator for a Moodlerooms’ client.

Preparing Your Site for Multiple Languages

6.26.2014

As your Moodle use grows so does your population of users and with them the number of native languages. Understanding your users language needs is essential to create a successful program.

Using Moodle for Professional Development Planning

6.10.2014

As educators, we are prepared as experts in our subject matter, but knowing our discipline is different from knowing how to communicate it effectively online, managing the technology necessary in a virtual or blended classroom environment, assessi

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