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They look good so far: Developing and evaluating Moodle exemplar units<br />Educational development team:<br />Yvonne Brey...
They look good so far: Developing and evaluating Moodle exemplar units<br />Background/context<br />Demo of exemplars<br /...
Background<br />Semester 1, 2012<br />
Migrate<br />≠<br />     Harvest + Transform<br />Image: Chris Downer, via Wikimedia Commons<br />
What is an exemplar?<br /><ul><li>A model or pattern to be copied or imitated
A typical example or instance</li></ul>Source: dictionary.com<br />Image: http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Magical_Exemplar<br />
Design Considerations<br />
The Matrix<br />
A selection of Exemplars<br />MKTG203 Consumer Behaviour<br /><ul><li>Social Bookmarking, wiki, database</li></ul>EDUC261 ...
Evaluation plans<br />2012<br />2011<br />
ilearn@mq.edu.au<br />http://mq.edu.au/ilearn<br />Educational Development team:<br />Yvonne Breyer<br />Lyn Collins<br />...
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A presentation to give background and info on the exemplars being developed for MQ uni staff to help them with the move to Moodle.

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  • Add names of the EDG and the academics
  • Number of units = 2,000Students 30,000Staff 2,000
  • Ask the audience
  • A grant from the provost = $2,500 per exemplar unit
  • Google spreadsheet/matrixProcess:Design briefDesign ideas – matrixBuildSign offScreen capture
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    1. 1. They look good so far: Developing and evaluating Moodle exemplar units<br />Educational development team:<br />Yvonne Breyer<br />Lyn Collins<br />Kristina Hollis<br />Tom Kerr<br />Fiona Nicolson<br />Robert Parker<br />Natalie Spence<br />Vanessa Warren<br />Academic Staff:<br />Paul Beggs<br />Matt Bower<br />Bill Calcutt<br />Steve D’Alessandro<br />Sheila Degotardi<br />Tony Eyers<br />Simon George<br />Wendy Rogers<br />
    2. 2. They look good so far: Developing and evaluating Moodle exemplar units<br />Background/context<br />Demo of exemplars<br />Future evaluation plans<br />Questions<br />planetary nebula with unconventional good looks<br />By ESA/Hubble & NASA (http://spacetelescope.org/images/potw1114a/) via Wikimedia Commons<br />
    3. 3. Background<br />Semester 1, 2012<br />
    4. 4. Migrate<br />≠<br /> Harvest + Transform<br />Image: Chris Downer, via Wikimedia Commons<br />
    5. 5. What is an exemplar?<br /><ul><li>A model or pattern to be copied or imitated
    6. 6. A typical example or instance</li></ul>Source: dictionary.com<br />Image: http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Magical_Exemplar<br />
    7. 7. Design Considerations<br />
    8. 8. The Matrix<br />
    9. 9. A selection of Exemplars<br />MKTG203 Consumer Behaviour<br /><ul><li>Social Bookmarking, wiki, database</li></ul>EDUC261 Information and Communication Technologies and Education<br /><ul><li>Student courses, communication channels, people block </li></ul>PIC830Regional Security<br /><ul><li>OUA template, labels for scaffolding</li></ul>GEOS112The Planet Earth<br /><ul><li>RSS blocks</li></ul>ECH113Play and Inquiry in Early Childhood<br /><ul><li>Wiki</li></ul>AMED836 Clinical Ethics and Professionalism<br /><ul><li>Random Glossary Block, database</li></li></ul><li>Showcase<br />http://www.mq.edu.au/iLearn/exemplars/<br />
    10. 10. Evaluation plans<br />2012<br />2011<br />
    11. 11. ilearn@mq.edu.au<br />http://mq.edu.au/ilearn<br />Educational Development team:<br />Yvonne Breyer<br />Lyn Collins<br />Kristina Hollis<br />Tom Kerr<br />Fiona Nicolson<br />Robert Parker<br />Natalie Spence<br />Vanessa Warren<br />Academic Staff:<br />Paul Beggs<br />Matt Bower<br />Bill Calcutt<br />Steve D’Alessandro<br />Sheila Degotardi<br />Tony Eyers<br />Simon George<br />Wendy Rogers<br />
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