Using Standard Moodle Modules
    In the Context of Legal Content
             Hans de Zwart
What are the strengths of Moodle?
100% open source
free as in speech and free as in beer
Massive community
 1.000.000+ members
Easy to try (for a server-based app)
      on Windows, Mac and Linux
Very structured for the participant
 Vertical mix of activities and resources
           creates a narrative
Chronological or topical
     organisation
Great for creating webpages
without a need for technical skills
What teaching models
   can it support?
Distance education
like in Australia or Canada
Pre-work before a f2f session
During the face to face session
Self-directed learning
Communities of practice
„Blended Learning“
Let's get to work
and use each other's brainpower
One question for each module...
How can this module be used in
  your practice (developing
    judges/prosecutors)?
One important thing to remember...
Are you ready for it?
Really?
Re-use!
There is so much already available
Check the licensing...
Creative Commons is great
  and allows translations
Open Educational Resources (OER)
   The HELP website is an example
A big part of the web is
      embeddable
Issues
requires some technical expertise,
what happens if the service stops,
        the famous switch
Examples of embeddable content
  YouTube, Slideshare, Mindmeister
Please stay in touch
http://www.slideshare.net/hansdezwart
Using Standard Moodle modules in the Context of Legal Content
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This presentation is probably not very insightful by itself. It was combined with a brainstorm session where participants had to apply the different modules to their own situation.

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  1. 1. Using Standard Moodle Modules In the Context of Legal Content Hans de Zwart
  2. 2. What are the strengths of Moodle?
  3. 3. 100% open source free as in speech and free as in beer
  4. 4. Massive community 1.000.000+ members
  5. 5. Easy to try (for a server-based app) on Windows, Mac and Linux
  6. 6. Very structured for the participant Vertical mix of activities and resources creates a narrative
  7. 7. Chronological or topical organisation
  8. 8. Great for creating webpages without a need for technical skills
  9. 9. What teaching models can it support?
  10. 10. Distance education like in Australia or Canada
  11. 11. Pre-work before a f2f session
  12. 12. During the face to face session
  13. 13. Self-directed learning
  14. 14. Communities of practice
  15. 15. „Blended Learning“
  16. 16. Let's get to work and use each other's brainpower
  17. 17. One question for each module...
  18. 18. How can this module be used in your practice (developing judges/prosecutors)?
  19. 19. One important thing to remember...
  20. 20. Are you ready for it?
  21. 21. Really?
  22. 22. Re-use!
  23. 23. There is so much already available
  24. 24. Check the licensing... Creative Commons is great and allows translations
  25. 25. Open Educational Resources (OER) The HELP website is an example
  26. 26. A big part of the web is embeddable
  27. 27. Issues requires some technical expertise, what happens if the service stops, the famous switch
  28. 28. Examples of embeddable content YouTube, Slideshare, Mindmeister
  29. 29. Please stay in touch
  30. 30. http://www.slideshare.net/hansdezwart

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