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  • Proven corporate distribution of Moodle; Some names are McDonalds, Nikon, Timberland, Nike and the list of big corporates goes on. Created by Mahara Core developers: Kineo, Flexible Learning Network & Catalyst IT Learner Management System: Totara LMS is the Learner Management System with all the trimmings.
  • Management of Learners
  • Tracking and Reporting
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    • 1. Open Technology for Efficiency Thomas Bell - @thomaswbell88 + Author of '10 Business Critical Areas' - Open Educational Courses + LSIS Sector Reference Group for Sustainability Member + LMS Programme Coordinator + ICT Professional Trainer + Other guises
    • 2. Overview
      • Intro to TDM Ltd.
      • 3. Business Critical Area OER
      • 4. Why Open Source Matters
      • 5. Moodle & Open Source projects
      • 6. Totara LMS – Competency based learning - LMS
      • 7. Mahara e-Portfolios – Personal Reflective e-Portfolios
    • 8. Quick intro ... TDM The Development Manager Ltd:
    • 9.
      • T raining..
        • In Open Source Software
        • 10. Consultancies
        • 11. Business & Education focus
      • D evelopment..
        • Of Open Source Software
        • 12. Bespoke Software development
      • M anagement..
        • Of Open Source Software
        • 13. 'Implementation Management' for organisations
        • 14. Successful software deployment
    • 15.
      • First UK Totara Partner
        • Managed Hosting
        • 16. Custom Development
      • Moodle Services company
        • Implementations
        • 17. Training
      • Mahara Partner
        • Authors of the Mahara book: Mahara 1.2: A beginner's guide
        • 18. Mahara Certified Training Courses
    • 19. Newly established, but with decades of training provision: Online Training Academy IT / ICT Apprenticeships Delivery Mentor Training Tutor Training Management Training High-stakes Industry Qualifications
    • 20. Proud to be partnered/certified with:
    • 21. TDM Linux Professional Institute Next LPI Master Affiliate for the UK September 2011
    • 22. Why Open Source Matters
      • Community
      • 23. Control
      • 24. Cost-effective
      • 25. Freedom
      • 26. Often free, not always
        • Open Source ≠ Free Software
      • Collaborative resource utilisation
      • 27. Customisable
      • 28. Naturally sustainable
      • 29. Sensible
      • 30. Extensible / Pluggable
    • 31. The Moodle project – Quick video http://vimeo.com/2405525
    • 32. What are these Business Critical Areas!? LSC-WM + AWM RDA Two phase research amongst employers in the region;
      • Phase I: Skills requirements in WM businesses.
      • Phase II: Skills gaps in the West Midlands
    • 33. Guess the 10 Business Critical Areas?
    • 34. 1. Business Improvement Techniques 2. Business Systems / Processes 3. Teamworking / Communication 4. Customer Service 5. Sales & Marketing 6. IT User 7. New Product Design 8. Finance & Credit 9. Cashflow & Profit Management 10. Risk Management
    • 35. The Aims!
    • 36.
        Start with the long one:
      Improving social constructivist approaches to digitally-blended WBL delivery amongst the FE sector
    • 37. Design Moodle Courses
    • 38. Xerte Learning Objects
    • 39. Subject Matter Experts ...design, delivery and planning process
    • 40. Distribute for free, to reuse remix, adapt etc
    • 41. We delivered:
      • Over 40 short videos of interviews with SME's
      • 42. Over 24 Xerte Learning Objects – SCORM compatible
      • 43. 10 Moodle courses to take away and chop and change
      • 44. Social activities a plenty!
      • 45. Interactive, engaging content delivered to nvq/qcf level 2 standards
      • 46. Distributed to several online repositories, numerous regional moodle hubs and continue to give them out to providers today.
    • 47.  
    • 48. Downloads at: http://wbl-online.org.uk/moodle
    • 49. What is ? Corporate 'Distro' of Moodle
        • Packaged up for quick and effective corporate learning delivery – work-based learning delivery
        • 50. Based on the most stable Moodle code
        • 51. Support Services – 24/7 Support, guaranteed response times
        • 52. Added functionality – and the constant development of new features
        • 53. Open Source Enterprise – following the same model as the most successful Open Source business – RedHat
    • 54.
      • Learner Management System
      • 55. in contrast to...
      • 56. Virtual Learning Environment / Course Management System
      What is ?
    • 57.
      • Competency Based Learning
      • 58. Team/Cohort Management
      • 59. Staff / Hierarchy Management
      What is ?
    • 60.
      • Organisation/Department Management
      • 61. Booking Management
      • 62. Excellent Reporting & Progress tracking
      • 63. Pathway specific training programmes
        • Programme Management
      What is ?
    • 64. Competency Based Learning
      • Competency Hierarchy Import
        • e.g. IT User & ICT Professional Qualifications = 6000+ standards/competencies
      • Import from Register Ofqual Database
      • 65. Learners evidence competence against given standards
    • 66. Team / Cohort Management
      • Manager – Manages team of staff
      • 67. =
      • 68. Trainer / Assessor – Manages cohort of learners
    • 69.  
    • 70. Classroom Booking Management
      • Face-to-Face Session booking.
      • 71. Calendared events tailored to learner's individual plans
    • 72.  
    • 73. Pathway Programmes = Totara Positions
      • Assign learners to a pathway
      • 74. Automatically retrieve relevant competencies to Individual Development Plan
      • 75. Set 'aspirational' position/pathway – Learner Engaging
    • 76.  
    • 77. Individual Learning Plans (ILP)
      • If assigned a Position, the learner receives the relevant competencies in their ILP
      • 78. Competencies – Gathered from:
        • Learner Pathway (Position)
        • 79. Organisation
      • Courses – linked to competencies
        • Automatically drawn in with the competencies
    • 80.  
    • 81. Totara Reporting & Progress Tracking
      • Totara Report Builder
        • We built a set of reports for specific roles
          • Learners see the stats they need to see
          • 82. Trainers see the stats they want to see
          • 83. Assessors...
          • 84. IV & EV etc
    • 85.  
    • 86. How do Mahara and Totara mix?
      • Wyre Academy Totara = Structured Learning Delivery:
        • Online Courses
        • 87. Tracking + Reporting
        • 88. Workshop Booking
        • 89. Webinar Booking
    • 90. How do Mahara and Totara mix?
      • Wyre Academy Mahara = Personalised Learning
        • Professional Learning Community
        • 91. Reflective Journals
        • 92. Evidence gathering
        • 93. Evidence showcasing
        • 94. Assessment submission to Totara
    • 95. Learner Journey In Totara/Mahara
      • Learner Registration & Interview
      • 96. Diagnostics Assessments
      • 97. Successful employment placement
      • 98. Induction training: Totara & Mahara
      • 99. Totara Position setting
    • 100. Learner Journey In Totara/Mahara
      • Individual Learning Plan creation
        • Auto assigned relevant competencies
        • 101. Auto enrolled on relevant courses
        • 102. Objectives setup with Assessor
        • 103. Timescales and due dates added to competencies
    • 104. Learner Journey In Totara/Mahara
      • Learner gathers evidence in Mahara
      • 105. Learners constructs their views/pages in Mahara:
    • 110. Learner Journey In Totara/Mahara
      • Formative Assessment:
        • Assessor Feedback attached to views
          • Video/audio feedback
      • Final submission & competency completion
    • 111. Plans for the future..
      • “ Mahara Evidence – Totara Competency ” Mapping
      • 112. “ Mahara Assessor Overlay ”:
        • Point and click on Mahara blocks to grade/assess in Totara/Moodle
      Get involved! If these sound interesting, contact us about joining resources to fast-track its development
    • 113.  
    • 114. References
      • http://www.flickr.com/photos/salim/
      • 115. http://www.flickr.com/photos/nostri-imago/
      • 116. http://www.flickr.com/photos/alancleaver/
      • 117. http://wyreacademy.com
      • 118. http://tdm.info
      • 119. Mahara 1.2: A Beginner's Guide book
      • 120. www.lpi.org.uk

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