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Two methods for sharing Moodle: multiple schools sharing 1 site; Moodle networking (MNet)

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  • Sharing your Moodle
    Moodle (mini) Moot
    Wellington, 2010
    David Sturrock, NMIT
  • Two models
    Single shared site – Learning on the Loop hosting 3+ schools (http://learningon.theloop.school.nz)
    Moodle Networking (Mnet) – NMIT Online networked with multiple Moodle/Mahara sites (http://ecampus.nmit.ac.nz)
  • Learning on the Loop
    Established 2007 to support The Loop
    Taster/collaboration site, relationships, potential bridging to NMIT
    Cheap LMS solution (share hosting costs)
    3 schools using as LMS, 2 more considering
    Approx 400 courses, 600+ active users
  • How it works
    Established usage policies
    Implementation, admin & support
    Create categories for each school
    Single contact & category manager role
    Account creation (manual, Loop SQL export), MoE MLE project sponsoring SSO pilot
    Theming, home page & myMoodle
    Course enrolments – enrolments keys
  • Issues
    Navigation expectations
    User management
    Enrolment process
    Lack of collaborative initiatives
    Differing expectations for site wide settings
    Costs of adding 3rd party modules and major version upgrades
  • Future
    More schools & increase collaboration, exchange and inter-school PD/support
    Add other features (SMS linking, bulk enrolments)
    Link with other services (ePortfolio, repositories, Individual learning plans)
    Become a regional hub for independent Moodle sites
  • NMIT Online
    Small polytechnic, using since 2005
    Approx 350 active courses;
    210 web supported
    48 web enhanced
    38 fully online
    1700 active users in 2010
    Restructuring for 2011, including shedding qualifications
  • TANZ
  • The TANZ MyLearn Network Pilot 2008Creating a Flexible eLearning Network
  • Mnet overview
    Allows sites to share authenticated users
    Controls who can roam between sites and what theme they see, share logs
    Publish selected courses for enrolment
    Local site enrols users on remote courses as students, one by one*
    Local site cannot assign users to other roles on remote courses*
  • TANZ Network Pilot 2008
    Teaching
    NZDB 541
    Marketing
    Teaching
    NZDB 130
    Org & Management.
    Teaching
    NZDB 630
    Leadership
    TANZ myLearn
    Hub hosting 6 NZ Dip Bus Papers
    Teaching
    NZDB 400
    Accounting Principles
    Teaching
    NZDB 510
    Commercial Law
    Teaching
    NZDB 550
    Business Computing
  • MNet models now in use
    Linking to common service sites – Mahara, Loop
    Distributed model – NMIT students study NZ Dip Bus courses with EIT & CPIT
    Hub – TANZ FLM courses on myLearn, TANZ project & staff development courses on Network Support
  • NMIT NZ Dip Bus options
    Students
    Teaching
    NZDB 630
    Leadership
    Teaching
    NZDB 510
    Commercial Law
  • First Line Management
    Students & Teacher
    Students & Teacher
    Students & Teacher
    TANZ myLearn
    First Line Mgmt courses
    Students & Teacher
    Students & Teacher
    Students & Teacher
  • TANZ Network Support Site
    TANZ Network Support site - projects & PD
  • Improvements
    Documenting processes
    Net admin role
    Developments (1.9 & hopefully core 2.1)
    Role mapping
    Role assignment via “shell” courses
    Support for multiple MNet versions
    Possible future developments
    Groups and grades
  • Acknowledgements
    Keith Tyler-Smith - TANZ project 2008
    TANZ & University of Waikato jointly funding latest developments
    Peter Bulmer (Catalyst)
    Teresa Gibbison (U of W), Rachel Pringle (TANZ), David Sturrock (NMIT)