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Prof. Park, JongDae of Paichai University, Korea

Prof. Park, JongDae of Paichai University, Korea

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  • 1. Moodle for OCW<br />Jong-DaePark<br />Pai-Chai University<br />Korea<br />
  • 2. Agenda<br />Why Moodle ?<br />Pedagogy <br />Moodle for OCW <br />Moodle 2.0 <br />Moodle Hub<br />Summary<br />
  • 3. Why Moodle?<br />Open Source<br />Many users (teachers)<br />Learning resources and learning activities can be arranged for effective learning scenario.<br />Learning design can be applied.<br />New functionalities can be added easily.<br />
  • 4. Basic Features<br />
  • 5. Can I create contents easily?<br />Wysiwyg editor embedded<br />Link to a multimedia file comes up with media players – filter function<br />Drag the images into the editor area<br />Save & display<br />Link to media<br />
  • 6. Can I enter equations?<br />Tex or Mimetex<br />Dragmath<br />Wiris CAS<br />
  • 7. Can I create quizes?<br />
  • 8. Can I record audio?<br />Nanogong html area patch and module<br />Audiorecorder module<br />
  • 9. Can I design learning activities?<br />Lesson<br />Lams<br />
  • 10. Can I record webcam?<br />Flash Media Server<br />Kaltura<br />
  • 11. Can I use online meeting?<br />Elluminate<br />Dimdim<br />Adobe Connect Pro Meeting<br />
  • 12. Can I use iphone?<br />MTouch<br />
  • 13. Can I integrate moodle with other applications?<br />Lams<br />Mahara<br />Sharepoint<br />Alfresco<br />SSO<br />
  • 14. Formal & Informal Learning<br />Mahara<br />Moodle<br />
  • 15. Can I generate quiz from digital library?<br />FLAX : Flexible Language Acquisition<br />
  • 16. Can I develop moodle theme ?<br />http://thematoweb.com/<br />
  • 17. Can I develop moodle module ?<br />http://www.packtpub.com/<br />
  • 18. Moodle User Community in Korea<br />
  • 19. Moodle Module Developments<br />Developed by Jinotech, Korea<br />
  • 20. Xinics contents upload module<br />
  • 21. Pedagogy <br />Publishing content (Resouce, SCORM)<br />Provide a passive Forum<br />Use interactive Quizzes and Assignments<br />Wikis, Glossaries, Databases (collaboration)<br />Facilitate discussions in the Forum. Questions!<br />Combine the activities into sequences<br />Introduce external activities and games<br />Use Survey tools and logs to study/reflect<br />Give students more power (structure/grades)<br />Active research, communities of practice!<br />
  • 22. Martin Dougiamas<br />“With internet-based learning, educators tend to replicate techniques from their experience, which may not lead to the best possible outcomes in this medium.”<br />“All of us are responsible for improving the quality of internet-based education, and bravely promoting the best of what we know from educational research.”<br />
  • 23. Moodle for OCW<br />Moodle courses can be produced as byproducts of regular teaching process.<br />Open Univ. demonstrates a model of OCW based on Moodle.<br />Moodle is an open source. Adding new functionalities are possible.<br />Moodle course viewer<br />OCW converter between LMS<br />OCW harvester from Moodle sites<br />
  • 24. Reuse/Remix Estimates of OCW<br />Retrieved from http://flexknowlogy.learningfield.org/2009/02/05/7oer/<br />Rating: 1- extremely difficult or low value<br />5- extremely easy or high value<br />
  • 25. Openlearn.open.ac.uk<br />
  • 26. Open Univ.’s Alternative formats<br />
  • 27. Labspace.open.ac.uk<br />
  • 28. What we propose?<br />Moodle as an OCW development platform<br />Courseware development in Moodle<br />Share of courseware by providing conversion tool between different LMS or standard content packages.<br />Each LMS should provide conversion tools. (import & export)<br />
  • 29. www.ocw.or.kr<br />
  • 30. Resource Converter (proposed)<br />KOCW<br />Other LMS<br />Moodle backup<br />Plain html<br />
  • 31. Moodle course viewer (proposed)<br />Can we make Moodle course viewer from moodle.xml?<br /><?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?><br /><MOODLE_BACKUP><br /> <INFO><br /> <NAME>backup-smpl-20091104-1009.zip</NAME><br /> <MOODLE_VERSION>2007101551</MOODLE_VERSION><br /> <MOODLE_RELEASE>1.9.5+ (Build: 20090923)</MOODLE_RELEASE><br /> <BACKUP_VERSION>2008030301</BACKUP_VERSION><br /> <BACKUP_RELEASE>1.9.4</BACKUP_RELEASE><br /> <DATE>1257296983</DATE><br /> <ORIGINAL_WWWROOT>http://moodle.pcu.ac.kr</ORIGINAL_WWWROOT><br /> <ORIGINAL_SITE_IDENTIFIER_HASH>d765df0a0351f2625051a5cf0b873784</ORIGINAL_SITE_IDENTIFIER_HASH><br /> <ZIP_METHOD>internal</ZIP_METHOD><br /> <DETAILS><br /> <MOD><br /> <NAME>assignment</NAME><br /> <INCLUDED>true</INCLUDED><br /> <USERINFO>true</USERINFO><br /> <INSTANCES><br /> <INSTANCE><br /> <ID>360</ID><br /> <NAME>은유적 표현 찾기</NAME><br /> <INCLUDED>true</INCLUDED><br /> <USERINFO>true</USERINFO><br /> </INSTANCE><br /> </INSTANCES><br /> </MOD><br /> - - - <br />moodle.xml<br />in a backup file<br />
  • 32. OCW Harvester (proposed)<br />OCW Repository<br />XML Web Service<br />
  • 33. Moodle Hub<br />
  • 34. Moodle 2.0<br />look much better<br />break most things<br />allow you to search for Flickr images and will add the license to the image itself<br />have the concept of a finished course<br />allow for conditional activities<br />import external blogs<br />
  • 35. Moodle 2.0<br />allow comments on everything<br />will have a built-in feedback/survey module<br />have a completely new way of navigating<br />be a reinvention of itself as a platform<br />change the world of education (if nothing else)<br />Moodle Hub<br />
  • 36. License Info<br />
  • 37. File API<br />
  • 38. File Repository<br />
  • 39. Web Services<br />
  • 40. Summary <br />OU (Open University) already uses Moodle as a sustainable delivery platform for OCW.<br />OU already developed transformation tools. <br />Courseware can be developed in Moodle.<br />Remix and Reuse of OCW can be important for sustainability of OCW.<br />Development of conversion tools between LMS may be necessary.<br />

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