I’ve recently been involved with several projects where the question arose how to handle online presence. Everybody always agrees that you need a website and these days somebody always asks what about Facebook. And with a really hip crowd, you
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The unlikely protagonist This post may sound like it was written by someone who opposes technological innovation or at least advocates a cautious wait-and-see approach to it. Nothing could be further from the truth. I have always been an early
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I talked about some Moodle UX problems on the admin side. These are some student facing UX improvements that would make the world a better place. 1. Better course navigation: No scroll of death There really isn’t much more to
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Here are a few reflections on Moodle and Moodle Moot. UPDATE: I’ve remembered 2 more things I’ve learned: using SoundCloud to share audio feedback and the proposed Appification of Moodle addons. Find these new lessons at the bottom of the
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Image by dominiklukes via Flickr UK MoodleMoot of 2009 was provided lots of insights that will be taken up on this blog in more detail as time goes on. Here are some of the key lessons learned: Moodle 2.0 will
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