The Good The Bad and The Ugly

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  • 1. Moodle Course Design The Good THe Bad and The Ugly
  • 2. Moodle Use at The University of Victoria September 2007- pilot Moodle with 15 courses January 2008 – extend pilot to more course (50 max)
  • 3. January 2008 -over 70 courses created -twice as many ‘sandboxes’
  • 4. May 2008 Moodle was officially launched campus wide as a learning management system option
  • 5. Moodle Learning Continuum Revising the Growing course Pains Learning to use basic features How do I want my students to use Moodle?
  • 6. Biggest Challenges Too Much Text!
  • 7. Biggest Challenges Too Much Scrolling!
  • 8. Biggest Challenges Too many links in a block
  • 9. Biggest Challenges Too much static information!
  • 10. Moodle Intervention
  • 11. Moodle~ Before
  • 12. Moodle~ After Using directories using graphics using table using hyperlinks
  • 13. Moodle~ Before
  • 14. Moodle~ After
  • 15. Minimize Scrolling Course Menu Block
  • 16. What do students think? Website link: http://www.vimeo.com/960826
  • 17. Moodle Design~ Best Practices
  • 18. Moodle Design~ Best Practices
  • 19. Moodle Design~ Best Practices
  • 20. Moodle Design~ Best Practices Visual Cues
  • 21. Moodle Design~ Best Practices Personalizing a space
  • 22. Moodle Design~ Best Practices
  • 23. Supporting Best Design
  • 24. Supporting Best Design Placed near the top
  • 25. Supporting Best Design Provide examples and tips
  • 26. Supporting Best Design
  • 27. Presentation brought you by... Kathreen Riel kriel@uvic.ca Online Learning Systems University of Victoria
  • 28. No genetically modified fur bearing animals were sacrificed in the creation of this presentation.