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Presentation given by James Ballard from ULCC at the Connected ACLs event in London on March 11th 2011

Presentation given by James Ballard from ULCC at the Connected ACLs event in London on March 11th 2011

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  • 1. Moodle2.0: Shrinking in an Expanding Landscape?
  • 2. Introduction
    Aims of this session
    A look at how Moodle has been developing
    Explore the benefits offered by Moodle2.0
    Explore issues concerning Moodle2.0
    Impact on Strategic Planning
    Conclusions
  • 3. Activity: Why Moodle2.0?
    Are you looking forward to anything in Moodle 2.0?
    What do you see as the benefits or challenges with Moodle 2.0?
  • 4. Why Moodle2.0?
    Repositories
    Easier Development
    Usability
    Prettier
    User Friendly
    Drag and Drop
    • Theme Design
    • 5. Conditional Activity
    • 6. Web Services (integration)
    • 7. Collaboration
    • 8. Sharing Resources
  • Moodle Timeline
    Kindle v3
    500 Million Facebook Members
    Moodle 1.9
    Blackberry Apps
    200 Million Tweets
    iPhone 3G
    Sep ‘08
    Apr ‘09
    Oct ‘09
    Dec ‘09
    Jun ‘10
    Jul ‘10
    Mar ‘08
    Apr ‘08
    Jul ‘08
    Dec ‘10
    Moodle 2.0
    iPhone 4
    Amazon Kindle
    Google Earth Street View
    Mahara 1.0
    Google Android
  • 9. Activity: Moodle 2.0 for ACL?
    Discuss the following and list 3 bullet points:
    1. Will Moodle 2.0 help you transform teaching & learning? If so, how?
    2. Is Social Constructivism dead?
    3. How will Moodle 2.0 improve the learner experience?
  • 10. Personalised Learning Framework
  • 11. Personalised Learning Framework
  • 12. ULCC Model
  • 13. Conclusions
    1. Transformation is a cultural choice, not technical.
    2. Don’t just upgrade – use this as an opportunity to review and plan where e-learning fits.
    3. Users should have a wider choice of tools.