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ACPET eLearning Mentor Program - Moodle LMS



Overview of LMS characteristics for workshop focusing on Moodle. Participants create courses, upload users and build content and activities on a new fresh Moodle course.

Overview of LMS characteristics for workshop focusing on Moodle. Participants create courses, upload users and build content and activities on a new fresh Moodle course.



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ACPET eLearning Mentor Program - Moodle LMS ACPET eLearning Mentor Program - Moodle LMS Presentation Transcript

  • ACPET - Vic Government e-Learning Program 2011 Learner Management Systems
  • Programme
          • RTO Visit and online preparation meeting confirmation Moodle
          • Basic Administration Functions of Moodle
          • Moodle Roles and Setting up courses
          • Adding Learners and creating courses
          • Basic Content and File Management
          • Using multimedia – iSpring, Slideshare
          • Embedding Social Media assets
          • (video, audio, PowerPoint, rss and social network feeds)
          • Embedding Learning Objects
          • Creating and Managing Quizzes
          • Using Discussion Based Activities
          • Principles of Creating scenarios style learning
          • Adding Assessments
  • LMS What is it?
    • a software application or Web-based technology used to plan, implement, and assess a specific learning process.
    • provides the trainer with a way to create and deliver content, monitor student participation, and assess student performance.
    • provides students with the ability to use interactive features such as threaded discussions, video conferencing, and discussion forums.
  • LMS Popular
  • LMS Characteristics
    • Good for:
    • familiar web-page look and feel, with newsy front page
    • adaptable – repository, course, group work, collaboration, self paced, facilitated
    • providing forums/support to learners
    • introducing teachers to online tools, training ground
    • relatively easy to learn and use (but takes time)
    • group/collaborative work
    • automated “assessment”
    • difficult to create course content
    • Incorporate course content made with rapid elearn tools (using SCORM)
  • LMS Experts already predicting the “Death of the LMS?”
    • To truly learn, students need to get out of their LMS shells. They need to engage the world around them – publishing content for people other than classmates to read, and participating in the global discussion that surrounds the topics covered in class.
    • Students need to think critically and blog their experiences for others to read.
    • Students need to work collaboratively with other students in their class.
    • Students need to socialize with other students that aren’t in the same classes they are in.
    • Students need to continue learning on a particular subject beyond the last class date.
  • Multimedia Plug ins Supported Media Formats * .mp3 - MPEG Audio Stream, Layer III * .swf - Macromedia Flash Format File (Adobe, Inc.) * .mov - QuickTime Video Clip (Apple Computer, Inc.) * .wmv - Windows Media File (Microsoft) * .mpg - MPEG Animation * .avi - Audio Video Interleave File * .flv - Flash Video File (Macromedia, Inc.) * .ram - RealMedia Metafile (RealNetworks, Inc.) * .rpm - RealMedia Player Plug-in (RealNetworks) * .rm - RealMedia Streaming Media (Real Networks, Inc.) * .mp4 (in Moodle 1.9.6 onwards) * .m4v (in Moodle 1.9.6 onwards) In Moodle 1.9.6 onwards, a YouTube link filter (disabled by default) is also available.
  • Workshop Dates
    • Wednesday 20 th April
    • Crown Courseware and Adaption
    • Using HTML and Dreamweaver to adapt Toolboxes and Lorn Learning Objects
    • Uploading Toolboxes to Moodle
    • Understanding SCORM
    • Deploying SCORM Learning Objects into Learner Management Systems