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Introduction to Moodle
 

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Slide show used for LinkedIn 'Learning and Development Group' Webinar on 10th November, 2011

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    Introduction to Moodle Introduction to Moodle Presentation Transcript

    • Moodle LMS Mark Aberdour, Head of Open Source Solutions Craig Taylor, Solutions Consultant
      • Moodle overview (5 mins)
      • Live demo (30 mins)
      • Moodle follow up (10 mins)
      • Questions (10 mins)
      • Please ask questions as we go…
      Agenda
    • Introduction to Moodle
    • What is Moodle?
      • The world’s leading LMS in terms of satisfaction and market share
      • Open source – zero license fees, large community, freedom to amend
      • Mature, robust, scalable platform
      • Fully re-brandable
    • E-learning Guild 2010
      • Top 3: Moodle, Blackboard, TotalLMS
      • Moodle has highest satisfaction for:
        • Ease of installation
        • Cost
        • Reporting capabilities
        • Time to implement
        • Living up to promises
        • Assessment capabilities
        • Migrating content and customization.
    • Core features
      • User management
      • Course management
      • Content assignment
      • Content access (e-learning, m-learning, files)
      • Activity access (wiki, workshop, forum, chat, blog)
      • Assessment (quiz, assignments)
      • Learner/course tracking
      • Reporting and analytics
      • Content authoring
      • Content management
    • Popular extensions
      • Classroom courses
      • Webinars
      • E-commerce
      • Certificates
      • Organisation structure
      • Enhanced reporting
      • Continuing Professional Development
    • Poll
      • How familiar are you with Moodle?
      • Not at all
      • I have basic familiarity
      • I am an expert user
    • Demo
    • Moodle community
    • Which Moodle version?
      • Moodle 2.1 is latest version
      • Moodle 1.9 support being phased out
      • Major release every 6 months, each receives 18 months of official support
      • Some commercial distributions have emerged, but are lagging 12 months behind and lack open community benefits
      • ‘ Flavours’ now launched, featuring Moodle core + packaged extensions
    • The open source advantage
      • No license costs
      • Avoid vendor lock in
      • Mitigation of vendor collapse
      • Mitigation of product discontinuation
      • Enhanced reliability
      • Rapid fixes and patches
      • Ease of customisation
      • What stage in the LMS implementation cycle are you?
      • Short-listing
      • Final evaluations/selection
      • Implementation
      • Already rolled out
      • Considering a replacement
      Poll
    • Implementation considerations
      • E-learning, face-to-face, blend
      • Content authoring / libraries
      • Learner journey / instructional design
      • Desktop, tablet, mobile
      • LMS setup, customisation, hosting, support – in-house / external
    • Contact our team: Craig Taylor Solutions Consultant [email_address] Mark Aberdour Head of Open Source Solutions [email_address]
    • Questions?