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Riverina Institute VLE- a journey of integration with Moodle
• 1. VLE - Integration with Moodle
• 2. My Journey to MEDMOOT13
• 3. Using Education to grow opportunities Gundagai
• 4. TAFENSW Riverina Institute
• 5. Dealing with the challenges of distance and population
• 6. Integration – An elusive pot of GOLD
• 7. Brainstorming!
• 8. Brainstorming!
• 9. An integrated Virtual Learning Environment (VLE)
• 10. Moodle as an integration tool
• 11. TAFE NSW Riverina Institute Learning Environment
• 12. > Autonomy - Individualism > Creativity > Brilliance > Genius > CHAOS!
• 13. CREATIVE HARMONY!
• 14. Systemic development
• 15. LMS Structural Models – Finding Balance
• 16. Structure & Templates
• 17. Unit Based Model 1:Many Many:Many Modular design
• 18. Unit Based Model - Effective clustering
• 19. Cohort – Unit Model
• 20. Faculty Landing Pages
• 21. Cohort Landing Pages
• 22. STAFF ROLES AND FUNCTIONS
• 23. CAPABILITY DEVELOPMENT
• 24. Automation
• 25. Bulk course upload •Import groups -
• 26. Import groups
• 27. Course Application Process
• 28. Moodle Backups
• 29. • Templates • Clustering • Cohorts • Groups •
• 30. > Don’t oversimplify! Kaizen could be small steps in the wrong direction!

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  • Re: Automatic Moodle Back ups failingby Glen BYRAM - Monday, 16 September 2013, 12:32 PMI did some testing, and can confirm that Moodle 2.x (up to 2.4) is very slack with its housekeeping. Uploaded files (e.g. for assignments) STAY in the course and are included in the backup even when the students who uploaded them are un-enrolled. AND if the student is un-enrolled, the uploads don't show when viewing/grading assignments. (They appear again if the students are re-enrolled). So, a course can be left full of debris from past students, with no clear way of finding the uploaded files once the uploaders are un-enrolled.Maybe I could cook up a plugin that runs a partial "reset": delete all data in a course that belonged to students that are no longer enrolled. But it seems that without supplementing Moodle's base code, any course with "continual enrolments" that accepts student uploads (and maybe forum posts, adding to a database activity, etc.) will continue to grow in size ad infinitum. The only way I can see to avoid this with out-of-the-box Moodle is: a) don't have continual enrolments in the same course, i.e. clone a new course every so often, b) don't allow uploads into Moodle, i.e. use an external repository like Mahara (although this will still have continually accruing links to the external site, so course data size will still grow, but slower.)BTW, when I delete a whole course the student files stay in the "Moodledata" folder until the scheduled "cron job" runs. But files I uploaded as resources stay there. So this is another weakness in Moodle's housekeeping.  (Moodle v2.4.3).Show parent | ReplySee this post in context
  • George Holt MedMoot13 slides

    1. 1. VLE - Integration with Moodle George Holt R/Manager New Learning Technologies george.holt1@tafensw.edu.au P +61 2 6938 1323 LTT Blog: http://blog.rit.tafensw.edu.au/LTT/ Project Website: tinyurl.com/rienable @GeorgeHolt1 http://www.slideshare.net/georgeholt39
    2. 2. My Journey to MEDMOOT13
    3. 3. Using Education to grow opportunities Gundagai
    4. 4. TAFENSW Riverina Institute
    5. 5. Dealing with the challenges of distance and population
    6. 6. Integration – An elusive pot of GOLD
    7. 7. PLN PLE PCG PRG Roles and Functions Staff Training Naming Conventions Automation Universal Design IntegrationSystems Contingency Plans Taxonomy
    8. 8. PLN PLE PCG PRG Roles and Functions Staff Training Naming Conventions Automation Universal Design Integration Systems Contingency Plans Taxonomy SYSTEMS ANALYSIS
    9. 9. An integrated Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) Riverina Institute (RI) Learning Management System (LMS)
    10. 10. Moodle as an integration tool
    11. 11. TAFE NSW Riverina Institute Learning Environment
    12. 12. > Autonomy - Individualism > Creativity > Brilliance > Genius > CHAOS! CREATIVE CHAOS!
    13. 13. CREATIVE HARMONY!
    14. 14. Systemic development
    15. 15. LMS Structural Models – Finding Balance
    16. 16. Structure & Templates
    17. 17. Unit Based Model 1:Many Many:Many Modular design
    18. 18. Unit Based ModelEffective clustering
    19. 19. Cohort – Unit Model
    20. 20. Faculty Landing Pages
    21. 21. Cohort Landing Pages
    22. 22. STAFF ROLES AND FUNCTIONS
    23. 23. CAPABILITY DEVELOPMENT Skill development based on specific training to support teams at all levels from the strategic to the operational
    24. 24. Automation
    25. 25. Bulk course upload •Import groups - http://docs.moodle.o rg/24/en/Import_gro ups •Templates •Bulk users actions - Cohort, groups and groupings > http://docs.moodle.org/24/en/Bulk_c ourse_upload > https://github.com/piersharding/moo dle-tool_uploadcourse
    26. 26. Import groups > http://docs.moodle.org/24/en/Im port_groups
    27. 27. Course Application Process > Landing Page(s) > Cohort Site > Units of competence or clusters of units > Course Metadata to link to – Learner Analytics – Business Metrics LandingPageSiteApplication-RiverinaInstituteShouldthisbe atextfield?Oromitted *Application Completedby *LandingPage Full Name *Summary ProgramArea Campus *LandingPage Type orTemplate *LandingPage Site Coordinator *QualityAssurer Teacher(s) NonEditingTeachers *StartDate *EndDate *EstimatedArchive Date *Linkingto? Comments Emailofperson completingthis form egICTTeachingDept Providea short1-2linesummaryofsitepurpose. This informationis viewablebyusers browsingthe Moodleserver selecttherelevantprogramarea for this site ifapplicable eg.Business Line,METline,programarea,domain area (sub-program) DECusernameofwhois goingto editormanagethis sitespace-can bemorethanoneteacher DECusernameofstaff memberthatwillbe responsibleforQA checkofthis siteprior toreleasetostudents DECusername (comma separated)ofstaffwho need "teacher" role and therefore rightsto editsite content addtheDECusername(comma separated)ofstafftobeadded tothesiteinthenon-editing teacherrole pleasespecify expecteddatesitewill needtogoliveor acceptenrolments mm/dd/yyyy entertheknownorestimated enddatemm/dd/yyyyOR enterrolling-enrollments enddatewhensitecanbe backedupforarchivingand thendeleted Whatotherlandingpageor cohortsites willthis landing pagelinkto? Insertsite shortnameorURLforeachsite tobelinkedtoseparatedby commas Ifyouhaveused'other'inanyfieldorwouldliketoadd relevantnotes pleaseenterthemhere
    28. 28. Moodle Backups > Summary > ================================================== > Courses: 914 > OK: 79 > Skipped: 540 > Error: 295 > Unfinished: 0 > Warning: 0 > > Some of your courses weren't saved!! > > Please take a look at your backup logs: > > We need partial Moodle site resets > Structure and clustering matters! Error: 295!
    29. 29. • Templates • Clustering • Cohorts • Groups • User Engagement Scope and Design• Planning • Resources Enrolments• Courses • Skills sets Roll books • Class Groups The missing link? Import groups Bulk Course Upload Learner Analytics
    30. 30. > Don’t oversimplify! Kaizen could be small steps in the wrong direction! > Virtual Learning Environments VLE > ADVANCED MOODLE SKILLS – Automate creation of courses – Automate addition of students into cohorts, groups, groupings > SYSTEMS – Systems to talk together (Advertising, enrolment, Moodle and ePortfolio’s) > PLANNING – Start planning earlier and in more detail > Team based development > CULTURE – Sharing, planning and delegation for accountability THE CHALLENGES

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