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Moodle Advisory Group 2009/10 - Meeting #1


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The presentation delivered by Nitin Parmar at the Moodle Advisory Group 2009/10 - Meeting #1 on Thursday 3 December 2009.

The presentation delivered by Nitin Parmar at the Moodle Advisory Group 2009/10 - Meeting #1 on Thursday 3 December 2009.

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  • 1. Moodle Advisory Group [ Thursday 3 December 2009 ] QR code for the presentation slides
  • 2. Terms of Reference
    • The group shall be convened twice annually to consider issues of concern to the academic community with regard to Moodle practice within the Faculties and Schools and the ongoing development of the environment.
    • The group shall comprise of a chair (usually the Moodle Operations Manager), members of the academic community and (where appropriate) other members of the e-Learning team, or representatives from other relevant parties such as BUCS or Web Services.
    • The group shall act as a focal point for discussions on Moodle within the university. In particular, identifying and prioritising Moodle developments, sharing Departmental practice and ensuring that the centrally provided Moodle staff development programme is fit for purpose.
    • The group shall draw the attention of the university Learning and Teaching Committee to any specific Moodle developments that may be relevant to the University's Learning and Teaching strategy.
  • 3. Moodle Update
  • 4. Evaluation of Moodle Service Performance (October 2009 survey)
    • [Summary]
    • Large majority of users were satisfied or very satisfied with service performance, availability and responsiveness
    • Those who were least satisfied with Moodle pointed to service performance and environment functionality
    Full report published by the end of this week and available in OPuS.
  • 5. Unique logins per day
  • 6. Total logins per week
  • 7. Moodle Service Blog
  • 8. User logins during Monday 30 November 2009
  • 9.  
  • 10. Development Plan 2009/10
    • Service Performance Projects
    • Other Projects
  • 11. MoSCoW
    • M ust – Must have this; critical for success of the development plan.
    • S hould – Should have this; critical but not necessary for the development plan to be consider a success.
    • C ould – Could have this, if it doesn’t affect anything else; often seen as nice to have .
    • W ould – Won’t have time for this, but Would like it in the future. Least critical, lowest payback items.
    [Further information on MoSCoW at:]
  • 12. Geraldine Rachel Rania Joe Dave Marie Louise Andy Peter Fran Tim Philip Group D Group C Group B Group A
  • 13. Faculty / School representation [1 person from each] Role
    • ‘ Power users’
    • Directors of Studies
    • Lectures / Teaching Fellows
    • Administrators and Support staff
    • … and the wider e-Learning team, including departmental officers
  • 14. The e-Learning team [email_address] Moodle Service blog e-Learning Operational Plan