Category Archives: Moodle

#Moodle for Mobile Learning

Can you use Moodle to deliver eLearning to Smartphones and Tablets? Some people wonder what they may need to do in order to access interactive Moodle content on a mobile … Continue reading

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The “Fast Moving” Field of eLearning #edtech

Is mobile learning, social networking and Web 2.0 driving mainstream eLearning? That title is actually ironic. ¬†Working in part of an industry that would seem to be driven by technology … Continue reading

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My favourite SCORM packager #edtech

How can you make a simple SCORM package without complex software? I don’t have to do any particularly complex SCORM packaging so I find that the Dreamweaver plugin Manifest Maker … Continue reading

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Turning a #Moodle Quiz into Rapid eLearning

How to add content into a Moodle quiz to deliver content and test understanding. Rapid eLearning tools like iSpring, Captivate, Snap etc are all very nice for more specialist users, … Continue reading

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A replacement for SCORM #edtech

Is the SCORM eLearning Standard Dead? Although some expertise, advanced technical skills and creativity would allow you to develop complex interactions using the SCORM specification (even 1.2) there are many … Continue reading

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Simple Interactive #Moodle Content (Part 2)

Create Engaging Moodle Activities Easily and Quickly One of the more interesting quiz types in Moodle is the Embedded Answers (Cloze) activity, but it is also the most difficult to … Continue reading

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Simple Interactive #Moodle Content (Part 1)

Create Engaging Moodle Activities Easily and Quickly Even after using Moodle for many years it’s possible to rediscover aspects of it that seem to fit with changes in the way … Continue reading

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