Moodle mootjapan2013 「Moodle±5年」 English Version

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室蘭工業大学のEric hagley先生に英語に訳して頂いたスライドです.私の日本語が悪くて勘違いされていた部分を私が一部,直しています.「これ,英語が変」だと思ったら,それは私が修正した箇所です^^; Eric先生,どうもありがとうございました!

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Moodle mootjapan2013 「Moodle±5年」 English Version

  1. 1. Moodle ±5年 The Next Step from Learning SupportSystems for Higher Education InstitutionsTatsuya Shiraishirai@mech.suzuka-ct.ac.jp (tatsuva@gmail.com)Suzuka National College of TechnologyAssoc. Prof. Mechanical Engineering department @tatsuva
  2. 2. Robotics Field C.V 1968 Born in Chiba 1989 Kisarazu National College of Technology Graduated from the Control Engineering department (N88-BASIC, Turbo Pascal, FORTRAN77, Z80) 1991 Kyushu Institute of Technology・IT Dept. Graduated (MS-DOS, Turbo C, Prolog, AWK, パソコン通信) 1993 Kyushu Institute of Technology・IT Grad school Graduated (TeX, UNIX, MS-Windows3.1, Emacs) 1993 Began working at Sony Corp FA・Precision machinery (PC-9821/MS-DOS, シーケンサ) 1997 Joined Hiroshima Univ. IT Post Graduate program (Win95/98, Borland C++ Builder, MATLAB) 2001 Attained Doctorate and began working at Suzuka National College of Technology (Win2k/XP, HTML, Apache)I met Moodle in Feb, 2007 via an introduction from (PHP, JavaScript)I’m neither a Linux(UNIX) nor a Web specialist.Not an educationengineer either.
  3. 3. (1) (Moodle Association of Japan:MAJ) Japanese Publicity officer @maj_bot Illustrated by @Nano_monanga(2) moodle.org (Japanese Moodle Course) facilitator
  4. 4. Mie University’s Prof. Okumura IntroducedMoodle to my school in Feb 2007.At the time I was looking for some goodgroupware to use – I went back to my officeand installed it. Everything worked well The spare PC I used (Compaq DeskProEN, PentiumⅢ866MHz, 30GB HDD, 386MB RAM, Windows2000) Very slow, but it did the job
  5. 5. What is fs_moodle? The File System problem that Japanese Windows OS has can be solved by this package. (Start from the fsconverter.php) Unique function extension+Japanese support+debugging (Better compatibility) JapaneseIE problems (Specification) : 28 function extension improvements and debugs : 237(Development’s start from Feb 2007, First release is June 2007)
  6. 6. Outline of Today’s Presentation• Looking back at the last 5 or so years Illustrated by @Nano_monanga Moodle’s history Moodle’s spread in Japan• What we can expect in the next 5 years The spread to primary and secondary schools Use in non-school fields
  7. 7. Looking back at the past 5 years Presently(2013.2.28)used in 227 countries and states,74,966 registered sites (https://moodle.org/sites/)
  8. 8. Looking back at the past 5 years Presently(2013.2.28) 831 registered sites in Japan (https://moodle.org/sites/)
  9. 9. Looking back at the past 5 years 1 / 15.3 1 / 7.8 1 / 6.5 1 / 4.9 1 / 3.8 1 / 3.7 1 / 2.7 1 / 2.5 1 / 2.2 1 / 2.1 Presently(2013.2.28) 831 registered sites in Japan (https://moodle.org/sites/)
  10. 10. Looking back at the past 5 years Presently(2013.2.28) 831 registered sites in Japan (https://moodle.org/sites/)
  11. 11. Looking back at the past 5 years Oops!
  12. 12. Looking back at the past 5 years Toyama Univ. Prof. Kihara http://www3.u-toyama.ac.jp/kihara/eL/moodle/univ.html
  13. 13. Looking back at the past 5 yearsFrom Jan 1 2013 we created a list of National institutions using Moodle
  14. 14. Looking back at the past 5 years
  15. 15. Looking back at the past 5 years(1)Used school wide :103(2)Used by individual instructors: 46(3)Used as an unofficial school site:22(4)Not really using Moodle : 29 Total : 200Institutions (Includes both private and national institutions)
  16. 16. Looking back at the past 5 years Univ+Junior Colleges=1,155 Schools(200 schools surveyed) Number of Universities:783 Schools (National 88,Public 92,Private 372) Junior Colleges :372 Schools (Public 22, Private 350) Tech Colleges : 57 Schools (National 51,Public 3, Private 3) From Gov’t statistics site e-Stat http://www.e-stat.go.jp/SG1/estat/NewList.do?tid=000001011528
  17. 17. Our Saviour (Hiroyuki H) appears!
  18. 18. List of National Univ’s using Moodle
  19. 19. Looking back at the past 5 years(1)Used school wide :103(2)Used by individual instructors: 46(3)Used as an unofficial school site:22(4)Not really using Moodle : 29 Total : 200Institutions (Includes both private and national institutions)
  20. 20. Looking more broadly• National Tech Colleges : 57(Almost all)• Public & Private Univ. :464• Junior Colleges :372• Gov’t institutions• Tech schools, senior, junior and elementary schools• Prep and cram schools• Private enterprises• Individuals will be surveyed(We are searching for volunteers!) Information found at moodle.org / Japanese Moodle
  21. 21. Moodleの歴史と現状Presently most sites are still using 1.9Most new registrations are using 2.*
  22. 22. Moodle’s history and present state
  23. 23. Moodle’s history and present state See also : https://docs.moodle.org/dev/Releases 【 Moodle 1.0 】 2002.8.20 ~ 2003.5.30 【 Moodle 1.1 】 2003.8.29 ~ 2003.9.11 【 Moodle 1.2 】 2004.3.20 ~ 2004.5.25 【 Moodle 1.3 】 2004.5.25 ~ 2004.9.9 【 Moodle 1.9 】 2008.3.3 ~ 【 Moodle 1.4 】 2004.8.31 ~ 2005.5.7 【 Moodle 2.0 】 2010.11.24 ~ 2012.7.9 【 Moodle 1.5 】 2005.6.5 ~ 2006.5.21 【 Moodle 2.1 】 2011.7.1 ~ 2013.1.14 【 Moodle 1.6 】 2006.6.20 ~ 2009.1.28 【 Moodle 2.2 】 2011.12.5 ~ 【 Moodle 1.7 】 2006.11.7 ~ 2009.1.28 【 Moodle 2.3 】 2012.6.25 ~ 【 Moodle 1.8 】 2007.5.30 ~ 2010.12.3 【 Moodle 2.4 】 2012.12.3 ~
  24. 24. Moodle’s history and present state 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013Version 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 1.0 ****** * 1.1 ** 1.2 * 1.3 ***** 1.4 ** ** * * 1.5 ** * * 1.6 ** ** * * * * * * 1.7 * * * * * * * * 1.8 * ** * * * * * * * ** * * * 1.9 * * * * * * ** * * * * * * ** * * * * 2.0 ** * * * ** * * * * 2.1 ** ** * * * * * * * 2.2 ** * * * * * * 2.3 ** * * * 2.4 ** 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 Version 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1.0 ****** * 1.1 ** 1.2 * 1.3 ***** 1.4 ** ** * * 1.5 ** * * 1.6 ** ** * * 1.7 * * * * 1.8 * ** * 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Version 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1.6 * * * * 1.7 * * * * 1.8 * * * * * * ** * * * 1.9 * * * * * * ** * * * * * * ** * * * * 2.0 ** * * * ** * * * * 2.1 ** ** * * * * * * * 2.2 ** * * * * * * 2.3 ** * * * 2.4 **
  25. 25. Headline featuresSee also : http://docs.moodle.org/dev/ReleasesMoodle 1.5• Use of XHTML1.0• Used new themes(including CSS),Blocks,Grades• Message function• Unread forum posts could be controlled• Maintenance mode• New user authentication (Shibboleth, CAS, PAM, LDAP)Moodle 1.6• Unicode totally compatible• Database module• MyMoodleMoodle 1.7• Roles(Permissions based)• AJAX based course editing possible
  26. 26. Headline featuresMoodle 1.8• XHTML Strict 1.0 incorporated• Moodle Network function• Web Services API• Customizable user profiles(able to add further information too)• Ability to export to Open Document Format (ODS style)• Password Salt (Moodle1.8.11)Moodle 1.9 (サポート継続:最低限)• Gradebookのrewrite• Scalable and improved performance(Particularly with roles)• Mahara compatibility(Single Sign On)• Incorporation of Blogs and use of tags• Question Bank improvements• Notes function• Bulk user actions• Active Directory NTLM Single Sign On• Improvements to the language editing function
  27. 27. Headline featuresMoodle 2.0 (Support for this version has finished)• Major changes to the file organization structure• Community hub (Individual course content can be used globally throughout sites)• Repository support (Alfresco, Amazon S3, Box.net, Flickr, Google Docs, MERLOT, Picasa, WebDAV, Wikimedia, YouTube, etc…)• Individual files can be given attributes(licensing,authoring, etc.)• Portfolio support (Recording of snapbox to Box.net, Flickr, Google Docs, Mahara, Picasa etc. possible)• More powerful LMS(Learning Management System) function• Course completion and prerequisites, Conditional activities etc. Plagiarism prevention :Includes a search function for plagiarized content using Crot etc.• Web services support(incorporating mobile devices too)• New blocks Comments block : Like Shoutbox etc. My private files block : Individual student folders for file uploads(Quota capable)• Rewriting of the backup and restore function• Blocks able to be customized and moved freely• Blogs can have comments,Blogs can be linked to outside blogs• From HTMLArea totinyMCETo upgrade to Moodle2.0, the latest Moodle1.9 is necessary
  28. 28. Headline featuresMoodle 2.1 (Support has finished for this version)• A new Question engine included (Major changes to the DB.Not backward compatible)• Able to restore Moodle1.9 courses (blocks incompatible)• Applicable for mobile devices(Official Moodle app necessary):transitionalMoodle 2.2• Rubrics included(Assessment tool)• IMS LTI standards become compatible (Learning Tool Interoperability : IMS Global Learning Consortium created the standard) Results from learning done on external tools can be returned to Moodle• IMS Common Cartridge deployment(import only) → export from Moodle• Able to work on mobile Web browsers(Moodle App unnecessary)
  29. 29. Headline featuresMoodle 2.3• Not able to upgrade Moodle1.9 to this version(unless,you first upgrade to Moodle2.2)• Files usability (Improvements to the file choosing function:visual+handling) Thumbnail icons used(Where applicable) drag & drop option!(but not for IE) Aliases and shortcuts can be used(Use of single files in other courses:single restoration )• Repository also have shortcuts(EQUELLA repository capable)• Improvements to the course editing (Ajax capable)• New 「assignment」 module• The book module included as standard• Moodle and installed plugins are checked for updates• IMS Common Cartridge 1.1 compatible(export)
  30. 30. Headline featuresMoodle 2.4(Current version)• Improved performance• Change of icons(From Moodle 1.0. SVG compatible)• HTML5 compatible• Sync with outside calendars(Numerous functions available)• Files within ZIP become Unicode compatible• (Ready for Windows? 7-Zip, WinZip, WinRar recommended, ExpLzh available?)• Improved 「assignment」 features Group assignment submission, grading and comment capability, Anonymous comments capable Offline grading an option
  31. 31. https://tracker.moodle.org/browse/MDL-31776
  32. 32. Moodle in the futureMoodle’s positive features• Open source so free (Easy to start the service)• CMS(Contents Management System)has multiple high quality functions.• Ongoing development and maintenance – excellent community• Basic plan is uniform a) 「Teacher」and「student」 roles are clear b) Endowed as “Collaborative tools”and“a place one can express oneself” c) Connected technologies(Moodle Network, Community Hub) Not only for tertiary institutions (Not saying you have to use it though …) Illustrated by @Nano_monanga
  33. 33. Use in elementary and secondary schoolsWhy isn’t it being used? (speculation only)• Poor facilities in public schools• No full time admin• Few IT technicians?• Rules not allowing mobile devices(school and/or home rules)• Digital divide(home environment)creates inequality• Older values / dogma(CAI,courseware,distance education)• Numerous extra curricular events
  34. 34. The case of Suzuka city’s education committeeChief of the education department (Keen ITC user)• All elementary and secondary schools have computer rooms• Each school has a digital white board(Asahigaoka alone has 32)• Elementary schools:「research projects」,Junior high:「technology」• Teacher access to PCs Each school has one for home page updating use,one other for general use• One available for library search – to be updated this year• Of the 1,000 teachers half are not confident computer users• Local providers have dedicated links to each of the schools and a single web server is supplied http://www.city.suzuka.mie.jp/kyoiku/
  35. 35. The case of Suzuka city’s education committeeFrom 2014 they will introduce an new ICT environment(City plan)• Make all schools wi-fi capable (To reduce redundant construction, MAC addresses will be assigned)• Interest is increasing in use of Digital blackboards and texts I had explained Moodle’s features and an application in elementary school, but…• Not only interest for elementary and secondary schools,Strong interest for the city education research center
  36. 36. The case of Suzuka city’s education committeeCity education research centerFrom Suzuka city education research center’s founding regulations:(Founding)Article 1 The city education research center is founded to promote education inthe city,with regional education administrative organization and managementoccurring under article 30 of the law (clause 162 of the 1956 law). http://www.edu.city.suzuka.mie.jp/kenkyuu/
  37. 37. The case of Suzuka city’s education committeeThe research center has numerous articles on education research.As they aren’t digital, to access them you have to physically go there(What do they want from Moodle?)• New teachers and veteran teachers• Same content teachers from different areasAs a conduit for communication between teachers.
  38. 38. People, if they want to be, can be over connected
  39. 39. Via networks schools are linkedVia the Moodle Network, Community Hub Suzuka National College of TechnologyGlobal linking of people and resources 5 year courses In 5 departments 51 colleges of technology Total1,082 students 242 departments Double major second year 5 year course 65 students 50,162 students Total 1,147 students Including all majors Total of 53,525 (Jan 2010) Waseda Univ Undergraduate Each of the schools is relatively small student body but when you put them together and Total of 44,893 think of them as one the possibilities students increase and it becomes a powerful entityhttp://www.kosen-k.go.jp/all_kosen_linkmap.html
  40. 40. Use by the self employed (particularly smaller stores) http://dwt.sakura.ne.jp/
  41. 41. Use by the self employed (particularly smaller stores) Presented at Moodle Moot Japan 2012 in Mie 「Use of Moodle by a photographer store」 A. Takenoshita,T. Takenoshita http://moodlejapan.org/ home/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=361 Use of Moodle to exhibit photos for photo orders
  42. 42. Use by the self employed (particularly smaller stores) Used: May 2011~ Oct 2012 Users: About 20. 2,3users per month(60 year old people and older using it) 1) Photo data is posted to forums 2) Processed data is sent by reply 3) Edits are requested via reply 4) Final product sent by reply
  43. 43. Use by the self employed (particularly smaller stores) (Positive points) • You don’t have to go to the store • Reduction in print numbers(Photo choice,editing, printing) • Reduction in physical time with the customer • Can choose the photos at your leisure at home (Negative points) • Difficult to put in text the nuances required • Colors are different between the screen and print • Difficult to send usernames & passwords • Difficult to get customers / heads to take up Moodle
  44. 44. Use by the self employed (particularly smaller stores) Shop keeper = teacher Customer = student Member registration =User registration • Mass sending of information to customers. • Specials for members,coupons • Interaction between the shop keeper and customers → interaction between customers One solution for regional revitalization
  45. 45. Where to find information about Moodle http://moodle.org/Where to find information about fs_moodle http://www.suzuka-ct.ac.jp/mech/moodle/ course/view.php?id=30Where to find information about me http://www.suzuka-ct.ac.jp/mech/ai_mech/~shirai (blocked…)How to contact me You can see me on shirai@mech.suzuka-ct.ac.jp SourceForge.JP, tatsuva@gmail.com SlideShare too Twitter : tatsuva (not tatsuya) Tatsuva !

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