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Moodle Strategy for Small Business

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Presentation for iMoot 2010 http://imoot.org. Small businesses can use moodle too and now it is cheaper than ever to host your own moodle on a shared server. But what other options and strategies are …

Presentation for iMoot 2010 http://imoot.org. Small businesses can use moodle too and now it is cheaper than ever to host your own moodle on a shared server. But what other options and strategies are there? Get in an expert, assess your staff, wear all the hats, share the load........Moodle can be easy but also time and money consuming.

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  • Road map for small business and small training providers wanting to use moodle:
  • How many small business owners here?How many are part of a small business or small training provider?
  • The way you might think it occurs
  • Planning and research/feasibility studyPut on your black hatTake a Project Manager point of view
  • Planning and researchStaff assessment Student assessment Resource assessmentInfrastructure assessment
  • The many hats of a small business moodler...... When do you start outsourcing and sharing the hats around?DeveloperInstructional designerTeacherChampionMentorStudentMarketerWeb designer
  • Recognise early on if you need to bring in an expert. This was probably (hopefully identified in the planning and research stage.Like:Project ManagerDeveloperInstructional designerTeacherChampionMentorStudentMarketerWeb designer
  • Implementation:Hosting options for small businessThe easy route and Fantastico... Is it that easy in the end?Partnering with other orgsLet’s talk mentors
  • Don’t let it stagnate
  • A great example of how an external mentor can help to embed e-learning in an organisation
  • Do you need a moodle partner? Is it time for more staff?
  • Any questions?
  • Please contact.Rhys moulthttp://we-learn.com.auhttp://twitter.com/rhysatworkrhys @ we-learn.com.au
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    • 1. strategy for small business
      A presentation for
    • 2. introduction to Rhys
    • 3. a quick poll
      Photo Flickr CC by mic n 2 sugars http://www.flickr.com/photos/mic_n_2_sugars/564570276/
    • 4. Planning and Research
      Implementation
      Embedding
      Growing and moving
    • 5. Planning and Research
      1
    • 6. assess potential students
      assess infrastructure
      assess staff
      assess resources
    • 7. Ask your network for help
    • 8. Required small business staff attribute:
      Flickr CC by rachelpasch http://www.flickr.com/photos/rachelpasch/3967806798/
    • 9.
    • 10. Implementation
      2
    • 11. Money images from http://www.festisite.com/money/
    • 12. install on a shared server
    • 13. share with a partner organisation
    • 14. Cpanel is good......but
    • 15. Embedding
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    • 16.
    • 17. Flickr CC by lstcaress http://www.flickr.com/photos/lstcaress/1451618395/
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    • 19. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GBIa8G3gBH0&feature=related
      Growing and moving
      4
    • 20. Planning and Research
      Implementation
      Growing and moving
      Embedding

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