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  • 1.Learner Management SystemsLearner Management SystemsPhoto Credit:

2. ProgrammeCharacteristics of Learner management SystemsWhy Moodle?Communication Tools in MoodleUse basic content tools in MoodleAssessment Tools in MoodleUsing Moodle for collaborative and group work tasksStudent support and Course ManagementImplementing Moodle at your RTO 3. What is an LMS? 4. About Moodle 5. ConstructivismPhoto Credit" 6. Pukunui Moodle Master Class iMoot 2013 7. Pukunui Moodle Master Class iMoot 2013 8. Why LMS?Photo Credit 9. Selecting an LMS is Just the Beginning: Developing a Roadmap for Success Brandon Hall 10. Applying Blend to your course(s)Face to Face Self PacedOnlineFacilitatedContentSkills KnowledgeActivitiesAssessment 11. System 12. Moodle Interface Tour Course Blocks Activities Resources Administration Editing 13. Communication Tools Use Wikis to create content together,Forums and Comments to exchangeideas, Database to collectively gatherresources, Glossary to create sharedunderstanding of concepts and Choicesto gain group feedback/collectiveunderstanding. Each tool can be set to become agraded assessment task. 14. Communication ManagementLink to assessmentBase on participants sharing experiences& prior knowledgeApplication to workplace or experienceMake pre readings shortMix of problems, case studies, reflectionsCommenting/Building on postingsUse to demonstrate employability skillsPhoto Credit: 15. Assessment Work can be submitted by students andmarked by teachers using Assignments orWorkshops. Automatic marking can beachieved by using Quizzes. You can integratequizzes from third party software. Content may be delivered and supported usingLesson module and SCORM activities. Keywords can be added to Glossaries by yourselfor, if you allow it, your students. You can addcontent from third party software Surveys and Databases are also verypowerful additions to any course. 16. SCORMThe SCORM standard makessure that all e-learning contentand LMSs can work with each other: 17. Tin Can 18. Content ToolsContent can be generated quickly usingpurpose built rapid elearning softwaresuch as:Articulate StorylineCaptivateCamtasiaiSpring Presenter 19. What content do you have?What digital content do you have now?What might you need to develop? 20. Resource Tools Moodle supports a range of different resourcetypes that allow you to include almost any kindof digital content into your courses. You cancreate your own text and webpages. Of course the resource may already exist inelectronic form (word, PDF, etc.) so you maywant to link to an uploaded file or externalwebsite or simply display the completecontents of a directory in your course files andlet your users pick the file themselves. 21. Resource Repositories 22. Assessment Grades can be created in each activity in acourse which are then added to the Gradebook.For example, grades in Assignment (all types),Quiz and Workshop activities are automaticallyadded to Gradebook. In some activities you willhave to turn grading on, such as ratings on inForum, Glossary and Database to send them tothe Gradebook. Students can do self and peer assessmenttype tasks by evaluating (and even rate) eachothers Forum posts, Glossary entries, andDatabase entries. 23. Multimedia Plug insSupported Media Formats* .mp3 - MPEG Audio Stream, Layer III* .swf - Macromedia Flash Format File (Adobe, Inc.)* .mov - QuickTime Video Clip (Apple Computer, Inc.)* .wmv - Windows Media File (Microsoft)* .mpg - MPEG Animation* .avi - Audio Video Interleave File* .flv - Flash Video File (Macromedia, Inc.)* .ram - RealMedia Metafile (RealNetworks, Inc.)* .rpm - RealMedia Player Plug-in (RealNetworks)* .rm - RealMedia Streaming Media (Real Networks, Inc.)* .mp4* .m4v 24. Course Structures Topics Weekly Grid Linear Conditional CreativityPhoto Credit: 25. Grading and Reports Gradebook Scales and Outcomes Student dataPhoto Credit: 26. Student Management Systems Integration with Moodle ReportingPhoto Credit 27. Student Support Digital Literacy Help Desk PlagiarismPhoto Credit: 28. What support issues do you forseePhoto Credit: 29. Implementing MoodleDefine your delivery modelPlan your delivery adapt!Link activities to assessmentDetermine your supportEmbed knowledge sharing and industryknowledgeConsider peer review and collaborationUse Multimedia in your contentConsider rapid eLearning toolsPhoto Credit: 30. Customising MoodleThemesCodingPlug InsPhoto Credit: 31. Implementing MoodleLook at external hosting unless you have very good in-house IT support and capacity to support2 providers of Moodle are:Eworks - - 32. Help and DocumentationMoodle DocsMoodle ManPhoto Credit: 33. Photo Credit: 34. Photo Credit: 35. 36. 37. Thank youMichael