Worksheet of deploying a learning design produced by Web Collage in Moodle


Published on

This worksheet shows how a learning design produced by Web Collage can be deployed in Moodle

Published in: Technology
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Total views
On SlideShare
From Embeds
Number of Embeds
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Worksheet of deploying a learning design produced by Web Collage in Moodle

  1. 1. The theory and practice of Design for Learning OEB 2011 pre-conference workshop Deploying the Pyramid-basededucational scenario in Moodle using Glue!-PS Yannis Dimitriadis GSIC/EMIC research group University of Valladolid November 30, 2011
  2. 2. Deploying in Glue!PS from Web Collage(1/4)   There are two designs configured in Web Collage to be deployed in Moodle –  User: educator –  Design names: <...> - Version to deploy with GluePS –  Participants and tools already selected from the VLE in Web Collage 2
  3. 3. Deploying in Glue!PS from Web Collage(2/4)   Click on “Deploy in Glue!PS” and a new Tab should be opened –  That’s Glue!PS (you can switch to English if you want)   Glue!PS is a different tool than Web Collage… –  But when invoked from Web Collage, part of the data that Glue!PS needs is automatically transferred from one tool to the other   That’s why Glue!PS takes us straight to step 3 (Tools Types) 3
  4. 4. Deploying in Glue!PS from Web Collage(3/4)  Glue!PS step 3 allows us to modify which tool to use in each activity –  In this case, you can skip this step and proceed to step 4   Click “Next” (bottom of the page)  Glue!PS step 4 allows us to indicate whether we want participants in an activity to “reuse” a tool (and its contents) that was used in a previous activity (see next slides) 4
  5. 5. Deploying in Glue!PS from Web Collage(4/4)  Reusing presentations by the whole class –  According to the design, supergroups’ presentations should be presented to the whole class –  Locate “Presenting final results to the whole class” in the activity tree and configure which “tools instances” to reuse (see how the configuration should look like)   You don’t need to modify anything else in this step   Please, click the “Next” button 5
  6. 6. Glue!PS: Generating a course in Moodle(1/2)   Click “Generate Course” button and wait some minutes while –  Glue!PS contacts Glue! to request the creation and configuration of all the tools instances needed (8 Dabbleboard whiteboards, 6 Google Documents, 2 Google Presentations) –  Glue!PS generates a Moodle backup file with all the information required to be provided to Moodle to create the course 6
  7. 7. Glue!PS: Generating a course in Moodle(2/2)  Once the Moodle “Course” has been generated, download it to your computer 7
  8. 8. Access the course deployed in Moodle 1.  Go to and enter your login/password –  Login: educator –  Ask for the password! 2.  Select course “OEB 2011- Course for testing” –  This should be an empty course –  Students have been previously enrolled to facilitate your work   There are already configured two courses with the designs of the hands on: OEB 2011 - LD A - Programming network software OEB 2011 - LD B - Estimation and adaptive processing 8
  9. 9. Restore the generated “course” inMoodle (1/2)1.  In the “Administration” block, click on “Restore”2.  Upload the file with the “Course” generated by Glue!PS3.  “Restore” the “Course” of the uploaded file 9
  10. 10. Restore the generated “course” inMoodle (2/2) 1.  Follow the steps shown by Moodle –  … and when prompted about how to restore the course, select   Current course, deleting it first –  You don’t need to modify/configure anything else 2. And the new “course” is created in Moodle!!! –  Log out as “educator” and log in as one of the students (student_a11, student_a12, …) to “play” with the result   Ask for the passwords 10