Exploring Moodle Book usage – part 9 – Strange courses

Time to explore some of the strange courses that have been identified.  There are currently two types: courses with many individual Book resources; and courses with huge Book resources. Strange books Courses with many books Back in part 2 there appear to be a number of courses that have more than 50 individual book resources. 

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What if our digital technologies were protean?

“Proteus” (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0) by skooksie On Friday the 30th September 2016 I will present the paper – What if our digital technologies were protean? Implications for computational thinking, learning, and teaching – co-written by Elke Schneider and I at the ACCE’2016 conference. Other resources include: A 1 question poll; and An attempt to explore whether people

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Exploring Moodle Book usage – Part 7a) – when are they modified

In a previous post I generated various representations of when Moodle Book resources were being used and some indications of when they were being created. What I didn’t do in that post was generate a calendar heatmap of when the Book resources were being create and modified. This is of interest because I’m wondering whether

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Your experience of organisational digital technology?

What is your experience of the digital technologies provided by the organisations for which you work? If you’d like to share, please complete the poll below, more detail below. About the poll The poll is a semi-serious attempt to gather the perceptions of how people perceive organisational digital technologies. The idea (and the text from

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Making course activity more transparent: A proposed use of MAV

As part of the USQ Technology Demonstrator Project (a bit more here) we’ll soon be able to play with the Moodle Activity Viewer. As described the VC, the Technology Demonstrator Project entails The demonstrator process is 90 days and is a trial of a product that will improve an educator’s professional practice and ultimately motivate

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University digital technology: problems, causes, and suggested solutions

The level of support provided by digital technologies to broad learning and teaching tasks within my little part of my current institution is extremely limited. The following is one explanation why this is the case, and one set of suggestions for what might be done, both immediately and longer term. The problems and a cause

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