Posts Tagged “Moodle”

April in Christchurch

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April in Christchurch

I’m back on the blogging wagon.  For now.  I’ve been playing a bit over on Facebook.  Keeping up with Jeffery Keefer (Who has been working on research proposals and buying a portable bike), Sean Callaghan (writing a fascinating article on story telling, I just wish the powers that be would get this) – plus a…

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E-mail & what can do it better . . cont

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E-mail & what can do it better . .  cont

I have a well defined, high stakes, major project, with several members in the team, complexities around goals, timelines an politics: the Moodle trial.  A dead sitter for a better way to work.  I am going to find another way. Week 8 with Luis on his “experiment, or initiative, at work where (he has) diverted…

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We have our Moodle Trial

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I’m really not sure how I feel at the moment, 6 days into our Moodle trial.  Surfing the forums.  A lot of them.  Just wondering where to delve in . . . We need: timed release signups for groups [how can you have a supposedly constructivist enviroment without this?] student folders for files [ditto!!] better…

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Thoughts on Communities, Blogs and Moodle

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Thoughts on Communities, Blogs and Moodle

I’ve taken a bit of a break from the community aspect of my life. The change from the College to the University has accounted for most of this. However, things have moved on. First the West Coast visit and now next week we have our next session on community nurture/community development, and the first for…

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