IHAQ#16 – More questions about set up of a course or project website No ratings yet.

 

I Have A Question#16
September 14, 2014 

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Jen has more questions surrounding the set up of a course or project website. While there is likely no “perfect” platform or solution, we contemplate important needs and key decisions.

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ELT Live 2 – Hows, Whats, and Whys (or why nots) of class websites No ratings yet.

ELT  Live Webcast
‘ Hows, Whats, and Whys (or why nots) of class websites and other online resources. ‘
September 2, 2014
 


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Women of Web 2.0 Show 82 No ratings yet.


Everybody is talking Moodle! Laurie Korte will demystify the whole Moodle mystique. Laurie will explain the ideas behind Moodle and give examples of how this can impact your classroom or your school! Laurie is a District
Technology Integration Specialist her Website is http://moodlemeet.ning.com.

Join Jen, Sharon and Cheryl as we interview and converse with Laurie Korte and the chat room.

It’s Elementary #5, Oodles of Moodle. No ratings yet.

It was another great show with James Gates of Tipline – Gates? Computer Tips
taking us through Moodle, and it’s features. Jim was excited and
passionate about this subject as you’ll be able to tell from the show
audio.

Jim started with a slideshare on Moodle in the classroom:
http://www.slideshare.net/jgates513/moodle-for-elementary-grades

  1. He then talked us through the slides which highlighted the features in a moodle.
  2. It’s a great walled garden system that has a number of modules that you can pick and choose from.
  3. There is even a great basic wiki, and word list/glossary builder feature.
  4. There is a free moodle services available at http://globalclassroom.us/


Our Diigo links
for this show include some school sites using moodle. Many have guest
sign-in that will let you look at pages without editing privileges.

Please join us on September 24th, 2007 for a discussion of social networks in Education with John Pederson.

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21st Century Learning #32 No ratings yet.

EdTechTalk: 21st Century Learning #32

A Conversation about Internet Safety
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With Vinnie Vrotny, Director of Academic Technology from North Shore Country Day School

February 20, 2007

A conversation with Vinnie Vrotny about his role at North Shore Country Day School, and his work with parent education on Internet Safety with Moodle.

21st Century Learing #29: A Conversation with Jim Heynderickx No ratings yet.

EdTechTalk: 21st Century Learning #29

A Conversation with Jim Heynderickx

January 23, 2007

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A Conversation with Jim Heynderickx from Oregon Episcopal School about laptop programs, iBooks, Edline, Moodle, SharePoint and other school related topics.

21st Century Learning #19: Richard Kassissieh No ratings yet.

EdTechTalk: 21st Century Learning #19

A Conversation with Richard Kassissieh

October 24, 2006

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A discussion with Richard Kassissieh about community portals and open source software. Richard discussed how to build, encourage use, and grow school community web sites.

Ed Tech Brainstorm 28 September, 2006 No ratings yet.

Ed Tech Brainstorm — 28 September, 2006

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We were joined by “usual suspects” Jeff Flynn and Paul Ellerman; and first-timer, and colleague of mine from the “real world,” Martin Buck for the show. Topics of conversation included:

Thanks to all who participated in the Skype conference, and to those who listened on the stream and joined us in the chat room.

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