Online learning is being used to increase flexibility and communication within existing courses and to enable courses that could never exist before. Moodle has been implemented for users at all age levels and is designed to help educators create online courses with opportunities for rich interaction. It is a learning management system that lets you provide documents, graded assignments, quizzes, discussion forums and more. In this session, you will learn some tips and tricks to using Moodle to expand your classroom’s virtual learning environment.
Presenter: Laurie Korte
Date: February 14 & February 21, 2009
Series: 21st Century Fellows Tools Series
About this series
Have you been hearing about great Web 2.0 tools from your fellow Powerful Learning Practice team members and wondering how you’ll ever get around to learning to use them? Well, here’s your chance to get the basics on a few with our Powerful Learning Practice Fellow Tools Series. Some of our 21st Century Fellows have volunteered to lead 45-minute Elluminate sessions on their favorite Web 2.0 tools for all Community members.
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