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  • 1. EDUNET Seminar 21-23. March 2011Moodle- coursemanagement systemLecture ofYuliya Lyalina, FH Düsseldorf,ONPU
  • 2. What is ? Open Source Course Management System (CMS), also known as a Learning Management System (LMS) or a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). Is used as a tool for creating online dynamic web sites and to manage educational content. To work, it needs to be installed on a web server, either on one at a web hosting company. You are allowed to copy, use and modify Moodle if you agree to: provide the source to others; not modify or remove the original license and copyrights, and apply this same license to any derivative work2 14-18 March 2011 / EduNet Seminar 2011, Blomberg
  • 3. history Moodle development started as doctoral research by an Australian, Martin Dougiamas. Today, Moodle has attracted a long list of developers devoted to Moodle improvements. Figure 1 shows the Moodle site at www.moodle.org, where you will find additional information about developers and users, as well as links for downloading the application itself. moodle Intro3 EduNet Seminar/14-18 March 2011, Blomberg
  • 4. users Figure 1 The top 10 LMSs in use by 1,932 business organizations, as reported by eLearning Guild members in the last year. (Source: Guild Research)4 EduNet Seminar/14-18 March 2011, Blomberg
  • 5. users Figure 2 The top 10 LMSs in use by 668 education organizations, as reported by eLearning Guild members in the last year. (Source: Guild Research)5 EduNet Seminar/14-18 March 2011, Blomberg
  • 6. Advantges Lower total cost for ownership. Higher levels of security. Peer review. Greater flexibility. Ability to customize by modifying code. Audit ability and code availability. Technical support. Well-tested updates and plug-ins. Variety of capabilities and tools.6 EduNet Seminar/14-18 March 2011, Blomberg
  • 7. advantages Is easy to update. Works in any operating system supporting PHP. Demands only one database and can be used together with other applications. Pays special attention on safety at any level; you can add your own policy agreement. Is easy to create your own interface, changing design of the site. Contains the list of courses with their description on a server, giving access to this information for visitors.7 EduNet Seminar/14-18 March 2011, Blomberg
  • 8. advantages Can support thousand of courses. Courses are divided into categories- Allows to edit the majority of text elements (resources, forums, wikis, glossary etc.), using integrated HTML editor- Allows to integrate more than 80 language packages. You can change language only using the web-interface- Is written on PHP under GPL license. The code can be easily changed under requirements- Web-based testing eliminates the cost and effort of printing, distributing, and collecting test papers.8 EduNet Seminar/14-18 March 2011, Blomberg
  • 9. Disadvantges The ability to integrate with human resource systems. The ability to integrate well between student administration. systems and Moodle student information. The ability to support specific and complex business- process models. The ability to use a distributed administration model to support multiple “schools” and “departments”. The polished look of proprietary software, (it has a flat structure for organizing and navigating learning materials).9 EduNet Seminar/14-18 March 2011, Blomberg
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  • 11. Disadvantges Sophisticated assessment and grading capabilities. Efficient use of space, e.g., a fixed block at the top that wastes valuable screen “real estate”. Is complicated to gather all statistical information from the whole system. Requires that someone of your staff takes responsibility for making it work.11 EduNet Seminar/14-18 March 2011, Blomberg
  • 12. Example of educational portal http://edu.pi-lab.de/ 12 EduNet Seminar/14-18 March 2011, Blomberg
  • 13. Example of educational portal http://telelabor.de/ 13 EduNet Seminar/14-18 March 2011, Blomberg
  • 14. can be used in : Committee work (Using Files, discussion forum, Calendar and Quickmail) Projects – (Using Files, discussion forum, Calendar and Quickmail) Sharing files and information Training – Professional development Run a survey Use the Choice tool to Get a quick group feedback.14 EduNet Seminar/14-18 March 2011, Blomberg
  • 15. EduNet educational portal15 EduNet Seminar/14-18 March 2011, Blomberg
  • 16. Summary We are focusing on Moodle because of its rapidly growing presence; because a global community of professionals and educators who are very passionate about promoting free software and improving the online learning experience supports it. Moodle will work, but not by itself. If teaching staff are not given the responsibility for producing content, and if there is not a “course author or designer” that can work with both teachers and technicians in creating on-line materials, then Moodle, or any other LMS, will remain an empty shell - like a good car but with no driver.16 EduNet Seminar/14-18 March 2011, Blomberg
  • 17. Thank you for your attention!!!17 9-10 June 2010 / Annual EduNet Conference 2010, Kortrijk