Tag Archives: Elearning

Gamification – what is it and what it is in Moodle

Over the past few months I have presented variations of presentations around gamification, and this deck is my most complete and recent version that was delivered at the Moodlemoot in Barcelona (with Laia Canet) and the Medmoot in Tunisia. What … Continue reading

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An eLearning framework for implementing Moodle

There are a number of methodologies for implementing a training/teaching course online. In the Moodle for Business book published earlier this year, a slightly different implementation framework for Moodle was proposed. So as the book has been out for six … Continue reading

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Moodlemoot New Zealand 2011 – A perspective on a global landscape

Last week I gave a presentation at the New Zealand MoodleMoot which was organised by Stuart Mealor and the HRDNZ (Moodle Partner) team. It was held at Unitec and with the wide range of excellent presentations was certainly one of … Continue reading

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iMoot Presentations

Last week, there was a very excellent online conference called iMoot ran by Pukunui Technology in Australia. This was the second year that the conference ran, and certainly built upon the great success of the first one last year having more … Continue reading

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Review: Easy Integration with BigBlueButton for Moodle 2.0

Todays review Module is the Easy Integration with BigBlueButton. Background I had a look at this activity when co-authoring the book Moodle 2.0 for Business for PacktPub with Jason Cole and Jeanne Cole, so I had looked at it before. However, … Continue reading

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Are you ready for the iMoot Course Creator Challenge?

With the imoot 2011 conference only days away the organisers have published the reason behind the panel discussion on the saturday. The challenge! Attendees have just 4 days (28 April to 2 May 2011) to create a short Moodle course … Continue reading

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