Innovation in Flexible and Collaborative Learning: Moving from theory into practice in Moodle 2.2
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Analourdes Herrera.

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  • To add:Discuss learning design ((Up-to-date and interactive content and resources – lectora)High quality of facilitators – build capacity, monitor, coach
  • Research (audience, trends, competitors) & SWOT, PEST analyses understanding the target audience and location (different time zones) (lesson learned 2) define clear and tangible timeframes and clear end-point (lesson learned 1) assess project team expertise (technical knowledge) (lesson learned 1)

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  • innovation in flexible and collaborative learning: moving from theory to practice in moodle 2.2
  • REFLECT → REACT1. How have you innovated?2. What obstacles did you face?
  • Organizatio nal support The right mix Efficient delivery Pedagogical 5systems tosupport e- ly sound LMS key ingredients to learning Guarantors of the successful implementation of successful online collaborative learning online collaborative learning Quality team of online Innovative facilitators, learning content design and developers, content learners
  • Innovating in Moodle 2.2:2 examples Project 1: Pilot Project 2: Innovating content Strengthening onlinedesign and development collaborative learning for effective through ‘just-in-time’ collaborative learning: and flexible learning migration from Moodle 1.9 to 2.2 Duration of project: Duration of project: 2 months w/ongoing 7 months testing
  • Project 1: Innovating content designand development for effective collaborative learning: migration from MOODLE 1.9 to 2.2
  • Project 1: Innovating content designand development for effective collaborative learning: migration from Moodle 1.9 to MOODLE 2.2
  • Project 2: Strengthening online collaborative learning through‘just-in-time’ and flexible learning in MOODLE 1.9
  • Project 2: Strengthening online collaborative learning through‘just-in-time’ and flexible learning in MOODLE 2.2
  • 1. PLANNING: Identify the purpose, scope, objectives, proposed outcomes, actors5 lessons 2.RESEARCH: Conduct a needs and stakeholder analysis learned from two 3. SPECIFICATIONS & TESTING: Reflect and moodle- outline clear technical specifications for innovation project basedinnovation projects 4.MANAGING CHANGE: coaching and preparation (readiness) 5. OUTCOMES & EVALUATION: Reflect and define measurable learning outcomes of innovation