14 November 2007

Moodle Teaching Techniques

William H. Rice is something of a Moodle specialist. This is a follow up to his recent Moodle: E-Learning Course Development in which he seeks to explain the finer points of Moodle's dizzying array of features and how they can be used to construct ever more sophisticated models of online teaching and learning. This guide looks at the current and the future versions of Moodle. For instance, many tutors want to control the sequence of the student's progress through a course, so that they need to understand one topic before they pass on to the next. This is called 'activity locking', which is not available in the currently popular Moodle 1.8 version, but will be by the time version 2.0 appears. This is a good way of future-proofing ... Read more >>


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