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This is the slides from a Moodle webinar introducing Moodle to a range of corporates institutions. …

This is the slides from a Moodle webinar introducing Moodle to a range of corporates institutions.

http://www.enovation.ie

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  • 1. Enovation Solutions Ltd The Friary, Bow Street, Dublin 7 www.enovation.ie Evaluating e-Learning as a tool for knowledge management Gavin Henrick Solutions Consultant 1
  • 2. Agenda  Moodle Overview  Content Issues  Reporting and Tracking  Assessment  Collaboration  Communications 2
  • 3. Choosing an LMS Top 5 LMS - E-Learning Guild survey (2009) 1. Moodle (18.1%) 2. TotalLMS (11.7%) 3. Blackboard (11.2%) 4. Inhouse Development(9%) 5. Plateau Learning Management System(6.9%) 3
  • 4. 4
  • 5. Some Stats  Registered Sites 48,000+  Number of countries 211  Number of users in Moodle sites 34.8 Million  Number of teacher accounts 1.2 Million  Number of courses created 3.5 Million  Number* of Downloads per month150,000+  Active Community 40,000 5
  • 6. Growing Usage 6
  • 7. Moodle Locations 7
  • 8. 8
  • 9. Key Features  Easy to use for learners, teachers and admins  Ability to support different modes of learning  Centralised Competencies  Support for content standards (SCORM)  Open source allows customisation  Support for Web 2.0 features 9
  • 10. Content Types  Word/Excel/Powerpoint Documents  PDF Documents  Audio  Video  Web Pages  Web Links  Learning Objects (Scorm/AICC)  Web 2.0 – RSS, Blogs, Wikis, Forums 10
  • 11. Instructional Design  Curriculum Analysis  Schema Definition  Lesson Plans  Course Structures  Resource Interpretation  Activity Selection  Workflow  Review 11
  • 12. Administration  Create / Remove courses  Create / Remove users and roles  Add / Remove people to courses  Manage structure of site (Categories/Courses)  Manage activities and resources within courses  Manage layout of the page (blocks/Theme)  Calendar 12
  • 13. Reporting  Moodle tracks all user actions  Comprehensive list reports covering all activity in Moodle • User Reports • Course Reports • Activity Reports  Enhanced reporting through external JasperReports • Parameterised custom reports • Custom “Print-Perfect” reports 13
  • 14. Assessment  Multiple assignment types • File upload • Online submission  Graded Lessons  Quizzes • Exam mode • Reflective tests  Scorm learning objects 14
  • 15. Online Collaboration  Multiple forum types • Single topic • Q&A • Open forum  Real-time chat for synchronous discussion  Wiki – for single and group usage  Databases for sharing files 15
  • 16. Communication  Announcement forum for broadcast emails  Built in surveys  Customisable feedback questionnaires  Txt/mail students, groups  Private messaging system built into Moodle 16
  • 17. Ease of Customisation  Open Source implies full rights to modify  Written in PHP / MySQL  640 third party plugins  Easy to customise but must manage source and maintain upgrade path  Enovation have 6+ years experience • Custom source version control (SVN) tailored for moodle • Have developed and contributed add-ons to Moodle 17
  • 18. Interoperability Experience SAP Web Site/External Turn It In (TII) Authentication SSO ePortfolio Active Directory Elluminate Infrastructure HR Systems
  • 19. Why Moodle?  Scalable platform  Security focused design  Seamless integration with 3rd party systems  Supports e-learning content standards  Configurable for multiple learning approaches  Fully customisable and brandable.
  • 20. Questions? 20
  • 21. Contacts Gavin Henrick gavin.henrick@enovation.ie Enovation Solutions www.enovation.ie