Exploring Moodle book usage – part 4 – students and initial use

Yesterday’s part 3 in this series of posts continued the higher level examination of book usage. i.e. what types of courses use the Moodle Book module (the Book). This post is going to continue that a little and then start to make some forays into looking more closely at how resources produced using the Book

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Exploring Moodle Book Module usage – part 1 – background and planning

I’m due to have the slides for a Moodlemoot Australia presentation in a few weeks. Time to get organised. The following is (perhaps) the first of a sequence of posts reporting on progress toward that presentation and the related research. Background My interest in research is primarily driven by the observation that most educational usage

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Open Educational Practice: the boring way and more interesting ways

Due to a combination of personal and institutional flaws (the information systems and enterprise processes within Universities continue to be “interesting”) that last month or so has been pretty horrendous from a work perspective. Only now starting to get some space to reflect on what’s been happening and engage more students and research. My apologies

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