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Presentation re given by Cherry Stewart and Tiffany Gilleland at Change Champions meeting #4

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  • Revitalising Learning is a Program comprised of a number of Projects, of which Moodle is one.
  • A Program Advisory Board has been created in order to make decisions regarding the details of the Program. The Steering Committee makes decisions around the high level strategy of the program and the Program Advisory Board makes decisions around the details that will affect staff. Heads of Schools, Academics, Student Administration and Higher Degree staff make up the representatives on the board. Some decisions will be forwarded to relevant committees around the campus such as the Academic Board.An expression of Interest for Moodle Mentors will be forwarded in coming weeks.
  • Strategies being used by the program to communicate with the UNE Community
  • Mention the ‘barebones’ moodle and the strategies to move forward. Production environment set up on Netspot serversAccessible by une staff to have a ‘look-see’Access to sandpits, and online support informationNot yet ready for content import process (will begin in New Year)Core systems integrated ready for May 2011, (bulk printing, enrolment, turnitin)
  • Aswe have two systems to manage, the content import process will involve two slightly different strategies:The blackboard content will be transitioned in two stages: Blackboard content will be placed in a Moodle ‘holding cell’. Academics will be engaged in a workshop with the content from one of their units. They may attend additional workshops, or choose to continue the process with other units in their care. We have been assured by Netspot that BB test and quizzes will be be imported with no problems. For Sakai Units, we are currently investigating strategies to transition the online tests and quizzes into the Moodle environment. We are liaising with the Sakai community to ensure that this creates minimal hassle for all staff concerned. The Materials Development staff in the TL have offered to help in the transition of Sakai modular content into the Moodle environment. Academics who currently use the Sakai environment will be linked with a Materials Development Officer to complete the content import process to their needs.
  • Aswe have two systems to manage, the content import process will involve two slightly different strategies:The blackboard content will be transitioned in two stages: Blackboard content will be placed in a Moodle ‘holding cell’. Academics will be engaged in a workshop with the content from one of their units. They may attend additional workshops, or choose to continue the process with other units in their care. We have been assured by Netspot that BB test and quizzes will be be imported with no problems. For Sakai Units, we are currently investigating strategies to transition the online tests and quizzes into the Moodle environment. We are liaising with the Sakai community to ensure that this creates minimal hassle for all staff concerned. The Materials Development staff in the TL have offered to help in the transition of Sakai modular content into the Moodle environment. Academics who currently use the Sakai environment will be linked with a Materials Development Officer to complete the content import process to their needs.
  • Can the Bb diagram be put on top as that is the most used environment on campus – the Bb diagram, doesn’t match the description with the two stage process described below.As we have two systems to manage, the content import process will involve two slightly different strategies:The blackboard content will be transitioned in two stages: Blackboard content will be placed in a Moodle ‘holding cell’. Academics will be engaged in a workshop with the content from one of their units. They may attend additional workshops, or choose to continue the process with other units in their care. We have been assured by Netspot that BB test and quizzes will be be imported with no problems. For Sakai Units, we are currently investigating strategies to transition the online tests and quizzes into the Moodle environment. We are liaising with the Sakai community to ensure that this creates minimal hassle for all staff concerned. The Materials Development staff in the TL have offered to help in the transition of Sakai modular content into the Moodle environment. Academics who currently use the Sakai environment will be linked with a Materials Development Officer to complete the content import process to their needs.
  • Aswe have two systems to manage, the content import process will involve two slightly different strategies:The blackboard content will be transitioned in two stages: Blackboard content will be placed in a Moodle ‘holding cell’. Academics will be engaged in a workshop with the content from one of their units. They may attend additional workshops, or choose to continue the process with other units in their care. We have been assured by Netspot that BB test and quizzes will be be imported with no problems. For Sakai Units, we are currently investigating strategies to transition the online tests and quizzes into the Moodle environment. We are liaising with the Sakai community to ensure that this creates minimal hassle for all staff concerned. The Materials Development staff in the TL have offered to help in the transition of Sakai modular content into the Moodle environment. Academics who currently use the Sakai environment will be linked with a Materials Development Officer to complete the content import process to their needs.

Moodle-ing 15 nov 2010 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. MOODLE-ing
    Revitalising Learning Program
  • 2. Program Advisory Group
    Members represent UNE faculty, schools and service units
  • 3. UNE Community Communication
    www.yammer.com
    Groups at Yammer: Moodlites
    RL: LD&D, Training and Support
    (http://moodle.une.edu.au)
  • 4. UNE Community Communication
    Email the Project Team:
    moodleproject@une.edu.au
    Email Discussion Lists:
    revitalisinglearning@une.edu.au
  • 5. Bare bones Moodle
    moodle.une.edu.au
  • 6. Content Import Process
    Investigating strategies to ensure smooth transition
  • 7. Transition Training & Support
    Online Support (Now)
    • Moodle 101
    • 8. OLD&D (Online Design & Development
    • 9. Model Moodle
    • 10. Moodle Dailies Challenge
    All Around
    • IT Help Desk
    • 11. Library Help Desk
    • 12. School-based ‘Moodle Mentors’
    • 13. TLC Drop-in Support
    • 14. Yammer (www.yammer.com)
  • Face-2-Face Training: 2011 Process
    • January and February:Netspot Content Import
    • 15. February: Train-trainer
    • 16. March through June: Discipline Groups
    • 17. May: Trimester 2 GSB Pilot
  • Questions