Moodle


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Moodle

(Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment) An open source, online courseware platform that runs under all major operating systems. Developed by Martin Dougiamas at Curtin University in Australia, Moodle provides all the necessary tools for educators to create a virtual classroom via the Internet. For more information, visit www.moodle.org.
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Then, giving the Home Department and the leadership of the House of Commons to Joodle, the Exchequer to Koodle, the Colonies to Loodle, and the Foreign Office to Moodle, what are you to do with Noodle?
"Microsoft and leading Moodle partner Remote-Learner.net announced integration between Moodle and Microsoft Office 365.
Pradedant kurti kursa, teko susipazinti su nauja literatura, pagrindinemis Moodle savokomis, sistemos tikslais, priemonemis, mokymosi budais, studiju dalyviu veikla, vertinimo sistema ir ieskoti Moodle programos pritaikymo budu.
One of the most important modules in this orientation addresses how to use Moodle. Online Learning Office staff members created step-by-step video tutorials using screen capture software about Moodle, and the videos were then uploaded to a server and posted in the Moodle course as embedded links.
JK: Moodlerooms developed a tool that allowed us to take a Blackboard backup document and run it through a course converter tool and it would reformat it in Moodle. We needed that because the folders and topic areas were laid out differently.
Among technology facilitation, Moodle, which is based on a social constructionist approach with various characteristics, stands for both a powerful teaching/learning aid (Baskervill & Rob, 2005) and a support to be employed along with traditional classroom instruction, has applications to learning environments in some studies conducted by many language practitioners and researchers (Al-Jarf, 2005, Brandle, 2005; Tsai & Liou, 2006).
La plataforma MOODLE o entorno modular de aprendizaje dinamico orientado a objetos, fue desarrollado por el profesor australiano Martin Dougiamas en el ano 2002 (Dougiamas & Taylor, 2002).
1.1 Use of the Moodle platform to support the teaching-learning process: possibilities and barriers