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Moodle Development May 2011
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Moodle Development May 2011

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Overview of Moodle core development as of April/May 2011, from my recent keynotes

Overview of Moodle core development as of April/May 2011, from my recent keynotes

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  • 1. Martin DougiamasMoodle Founder and Director Moodle Pty Ltd @moodler #mootca11 Copyright 2011 © Martin Dougiamas CC BY-NC
  • 2. 1. Who is using Moodle?2. How are they using it?3. What should Moodle do?4. What are we working on? Copyright 2011 © Martin Dougiamas CC BY-NC
  • 3. Current Statistics54,000 registered verified sites in 212 countries(many more are not registered)Registered sites contain 41 million users,4.4 million courses and 1.1 million teachersOver 1500 sites have more than 10,000 users97 language packs exist, 17 are complete54 specialised Moodle Partners Copyright 2011 © Martin Dougiamas CC BY-NC
  • 4. 54,000+ installations9991 4954 3993 3424 2555 2102 1884 1515 1377 1358 USA Spain Brazil UK Germany Mexico Portugal Australia Italy Columbia Copyright 2011 © Martin Dougiamas CC BY-NC
  • 5. Example schools Copyright 2011 © Martin Dougiamas CC BY-NC
  • 6. Example universities Copyright 2011 © Martin Dougiamas CC BY-NC
  • 7. Example corporate users Copyright 2011 © Martin Dougiamas CC BY-NC
  • 8. Pedagogical progression10. Research, custom code, communities of practice! 9. Give students more power (structure/grades) 8. Use Survey tools and logs to study / reflect 7. Introduce external sites, activities, games, networks 6. Combine the activities into sequences 5. Facilitate discussions in the Forum. Questions! 4. Wikis, Glossaries, Databases (collaboration/media) 3. Provide a passive Forum 90% ? 2. Assess via Quizzes and Assignments 1. Publish content (Pages, SCORM, Video, Audio) Copyright 2011 © Martin Dougiamas CC BY-NC
  • 9. Revolutionary theories? xkcd.com Copyright 2011 © Martin Dougiamas CC BY-NC
  • 10. Many people want an LMS like this: • A private, secure place • Replicate/enforce traditional roles • Students seen as needing to gain competencies and knowedge • Content is structured and “dumped” on the students to be absorbed • Content is “pumped” out of the students again and competencies assessed via Quizzes Copyright 2011 © Martin Dougiamas CC BY-NC
  • 11. But an LMS can also be like this: • A focussed community of practitioners • Everyone is a teacher and learner • Connected activities that use different strategies to gather data, reuse it, analyse it, practice skills and so on. • Integration with the rest of the internet • Content is gathered/produced by the students continuously • Assessment takes place continuously in a number of ways (everything is assessable), by all participants Copyright 2011 © Martin Dougiamas CC BY-NC
  • 12. And what about PLEs? Copyright 2011 © Martin Dougiamas CC BY-NC
  • 13. My PLE diagram Work School Generic web services PLEFamily and friends Copyright 2011 © Martin Dougiamas CC BY-NC
  • 14. Roadmap Conservative Progressive Security Communication-based pedagogies Usability Community-developed modules Assessment Drag and drop UIAccreditation-focussed Mobile platformsDetailed Management Innovative workflows Tracking and Reports More integrations with everything Performance/stability Media handling Copyright 2011 © Martin Dougiamas CC BY-NC
  • 15. Growing core team Copyright 2011 © Martin Dougiamas CC BY-NC
  • 16. New dev processesIntegration workflow in the tracker SCRUM-based development cycles for STABLE and DEV In Copyright 2011 © Martin Dougiamas CC BY-NC
  • 17. Regular major releasesVersion Release Official support untilMoodle 1.9 March 2008 July 2012Moodle 2.0 December 2010 December 2011Moodle 2.1 June 2010 June 2011Moodle 2.2 December 2011 December 2012Moodle 2.3 June 2012 June 2013Moodle 2.4 December 2012 December 2013Moodle 2.5 June 2013 June 2014 Copyright 2011 © Martin Dougiamas CC BY-NC
  • 18. Moodle 2.0•Security•Performance•Media management•Integrations•Usability, Appearance•New Features Copyright 2010 © Martin Dougiamas
  • 19. 2.0Improvements/Rewrites Major New Features• File storage and handling • Navigation• Roles and enrolments • Community hubs• Messaging • Repository support• Backup and Restore • Portfolio support• Gradebook • Completion• Blocks and Layout • Conditional activities• Themes / AJAX / Interface • Cohorts• Comments and Ratings • Web services API• My Moodle • Secure RSS feeds• Customisable User Profile pages • IMS CC• Workshop / Chat / Lesson / Quiz • Blog associations and comments• Wiki / SCORM / Resources • External blog support• Database access / data handling • Translation engine Copyright 2011 © Martin Dougiamas CC BY-NC
  • 20. Modular platformArandaLasch, flickr.com Copyright 2011 © Martin Dougiamas CC BY-NC
  • 21. Moodle 2.0 Copyright 2011 © Martin Dougiamas CC BY-NC
  • 22. Moodle 2.1 - 30/6/11•Performance•Restore 1.9 backups•Quiz / question refactor•Paged course formats•Interface polishing•Official Mobile App Copyright 2011 © Martin Dougiamas CC BY-NC
  • 23. 2.1 QuizCopyright 2011 © Martin Dougiamas CC BY-NC
  • 24. 2.1 QuizCopyright 2011 © Martin Dougiamas CC BY-NC
  • 25. 2.1 QuizCopyright 2011 © Martin Dougiamas CC BY-NC
  • 26. 2.1 QuizCopyright 2011 © Martin Dougiamas CC BY-NC
  • 27. 2.1 QuizCopyright 2011 © Martin Dougiamas CC BY-NC
  • 28. Many Mobile Apps Copyright 2011 © Martin Dougiamas CC BY-NC
  • 29. Official Mobile App•Task-Focussed•Touch screens only•Modular•Secure•Works offline Copyright 2011 © Martin Dougiamas CC BY-NC
  • 30. Official Mobile AppUpload Copyright 2011 © Martin Dougiamas CC BY-NC
  • 31. Official Mobile AppParticipants Copyright 2011 © Martin Dougiamas CC BY-NC
  • 32. Official Mobile AppMessaging Copyright 2011 © Martin Dougiamas CC BY-NC
  • 33. Official Mobile AppAttendance Copyright 2011 © Martin Dougiamas CC BY-NC
  • 34. Official Mobile App •iPhone •Android phone •iPad •Android tablets Copyright 2011 © Martin Dougiamas CC BY-NC
  • 35. 2.2 and beyond•Grading and Rubrics•Competency Tracking•Assignment•Forum•Survey (incl Feedback/Questionnaire)•Lesson•Scorm 2•Improved reporting•IMS LTI•IMS CC•etc Copyright 2011 © Martin Dougiamas CC BY-NC
  • 36. Other projects Copyright 2011 © Martin Dougiamas CC BY-NC
  • 37. Community HubsCommunity Hub (Course list) In Copyright 2011 © Martin Dougiamas CC BY-NC
  • 38. Community HubsCommunity Hub (Course list) In Copyright 2011 © Martin Dougiamas CC BY-NC
  • 39. Community HubsCommunity Hub (Course list) In Copyright 2011 © Martin Dougiamas CC BY-NC
  • 40. InCopyright 2011 © Martin Dougiamas CC BY-NC
  • 41. Contributed Plugins•Versions•Official Reviews•Downloads•Moodle integration•Statistics•Compatibility•Communication Copyright 2011 © Martin Dougiamas CC BY-NC
  • 42. Moodle Docs• Admin and teachers combined into one “User” manual• One wiki per release• Separate Developer wiki, reference manual• Templates• Update processes, add more non-volunteers Copyright 2011 © Martin Dougiamas CC BY-NC
  • 43. Moodle web sites Copyright 2011 © Martin Dougiamas CC BY-NC
  • 44. Copyright 2011 © Martin Dougiamas CC BY-NC
  • 45. Questions?? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?? ? ? ? ? Copyright 2011 © Martin Dougiamas CC BY-NC

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