PoodLL now working with Moodle 2.6

See on Scoop.it – Moodlicious PoodLL is a series of plugins for Moodle, the learning management system. It adds to Moodle, features such as audio and video recording and components like stopwatches and flashcards. Check out the demo site to see it in action, or look at some screencasts or screenshots . It is all designed to be used in language […]

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Setting up a LTI connection for content in moodle

See on Scoop.it – Moodlicious I downloaded some course shells from a new K12 vendor today, Middlebury interactive.  After downloading a zip file for the content, I restored the course without any issue.  The first time I attempted to load content in the course, I got this message.   Oauth Error – Invalid Oauth credentials. Please […]

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How An LMS and BYOD Changed A School

See on Scoop.it – Blended Learning Lab This article describes a three-year implementation of a Learning Management System into a traditional private school on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. See on elearningindustry.com

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Gaze Into The Future Of E-Learning With Tom Kuhlmann

“Tom Kuhlmann is Vice President of the Articulate Community, which he has been running for the past six years, with a focus on building a committed group of rapid e-learning developers. He also hosts The Rapid E-Learning Blog where he provides practical insights and hands-on tips to develop great e-learning courses. Tom is passionate about […]

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Installing Node.js on Ubuntu

This guide will show you how to install Node.js on Ubuntu from either the source code or Git repository. I’m going to assume that you are using Ubuntu 12.04 (Precise Pangolin) and that you wish to install version 0.6.17 of Node.js. You’re results may vary if you are using different versions. Installing Node.js on Ubuntu […]

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7 Assessment Challenges of Moving Your Course Online (Plus Solutions) | Faculty Focus

Not all online courses are created from scratch. Many—if not most—are online versions of courses that have previously been taught face-to-face. In these cases, where an instructor or instructional designer is adapting an existing face-to-face course for online delivery, assessments already exist. But to be effective in an online environment, the assessments that worked perfectly […]

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