I learned something really cool about Moodle’s ordering questions. If you are familiar with these, skip to the last two paragraphs; otherwise, read on for a description of them and how they work. Mark Delonge turned me on to “ordering” questions in Moodle a couple semesters back. They are great for any content that needs… Continue Reading A Call to Order
celebrates its second year! Congratulations to all those faculty and staff that made Learning Communities great this year. Groups included Belongingness, New Faculty, e-Portfolio, Coaching, and Collaboration for Universal Design. Participants in the Belongingness LC group brainstormed ways to create a greater sense of “belongingness” for students at NMC. In addition to reading Terrell L.… Continue Reading Learning Communities Celebrates Its Second Year!
GoPRO’s serve many instructor and student needs Jason Slade has met the assessment challenge by using GoPRO’s (cameras that attach to your body) with his RAM120 robotics students. He has figured out all kinds of uses for the GoPro that help not only students but instructors as well. Check it out his Sharing Showcase video.… Continue Reading Sharing Showcase – Jason Slade Using GoPro’s
In the Fall of 2017 Moodle is going to look and feel a little different. We’re upgrading from Moodle 2.9 to 3.2, which offers improvements to current features and several new features. We’ll also be installing a new theme, changing the visual design of each of your Moodle courses. Why upgrade? It’s important to keep versions of… Continue Reading Coming Fall 2017: New Moodle Theme & Features
Now there’s an alternative to those long, lonely hours of grading —The Long Night of Grading brought to you by CIE, the Osterlin Library and Educational Media Technologies. On Thursday, May 4th, just when you are most buried by tests and papers and projects, the library will be open for you to grade with your… Continue Reading Long Night of Grading – May 4th