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Simon Thompson's take on how freely available web resources can be assembled into a Virtual Learning Environment tailored to your needs.

Simon Thompson's take on how freely available web resources can be assembled into a Virtual Learning Environment tailored to your needs.

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  • 1. Simon Thompson
  • 2. The problem
    • You have no access to Virtual Learning Environment (VLE)
    • You don’t have any (or much) money to spare
    • You need to support your students outside regular taught sessions
  • 3. The answer
    • A freely available way to share material
    • An opportunity to collaborate on tasks or projects
    • A means to record formative (or even summative) assessment
    • A means of safe communication between students and tutor
  • 4. The commitment
    • A willingness to learn how to use new software
    • A willingness to keep the VLE updated
    • A willingness to regularly monitor activity
    • A willingness to interact with students outside of taught sessions
  • 5. Some of the stuff I’ll be demoing (briefly!)
  • 6. Now the demo… DIYVLE.WIKISPACES.COM
  • 7. Need help? [email_address]