Mahara Groups: Fun for all the faculties - MaharaUK13

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A whirlwind tour of some practical approaches to using Mahara Groups for collaboration, peer learning and feedback, just-in-time self-support, information dissemination & archiving.

This presentation is intended to illustrate that while students own their Mahara Portfolios, the tool doesn't need to be exclusively for students.

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Mahara Groups: Fun for all the faculties - MaharaUK13

  1. 1. Mahara Groups: Fun for all the Faculties Gordon McLeod School of Veterinary Medicine University of Glasgow Twitter @LearnTribe
  2. 2. A Tale of Two Universities Royal Conservatoire of Scotland School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Glasgow Very different – but also very similar in nature… • Professional disciplines • Practical focus underpinned by theory • Exceptionally busy people
  3. 3. Peer Feedback
  4. 4. Social Platform vs
  5. 5. Video Rich Content
  6. 6. Reflection & Review
  7. 7. Pre-matriculation Orientation
  8. 8. Group Collections!
  9. 9. Moodle… click, click, click
  10. 10. A picture is worth a thousand words
  11. 11. Linking from Moodle to Mahara pages http://manual.mahara.org/en/1.7/mahoodle/mahoodle.html
  12. 12. Just In Time Support
  13. 13. Ambrosia Theme https://wiki.mahara.org/index.php/Themes/Contributed_themes
  14. 14. Self-Directed Study Videos
  15. 15. Sample template exercise page
  16. 16. Student Group Blank Template
  17. 17. Student Collaborative Work
  18. 18. Staff Central Hub
  19. 19. Portfolio Templates
  20. 20. Portfolio Assets
  21. 21. Thank You Questions? Gordon McLeod School of Veterinary Medicine University of Glasgow Twitter @LearnTribe

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