Revisiting the IRAC framework and looking for insights

The Moodlemoot’AU 2015 conference is running working groups one of which is looking at assessment analytics. In essence, trying to think about what can be done in the Moodle LMS code to enhance assessment. As it happens I’m giving a talk during the Moot titled “Four paths for learning analytics: Moving beyond a management fashion”.

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Analysing Moodle community forum discussions about the Moodle book module

As part of the “Moodle open book” project I’m hoping to increase my knowledge of what the Moodle community has already discussed about the Book module. The following is a summary of the process I’m using to analyse those discussions. Not finished, but the story so far. Just over 2400 posts extracted from Moodle community

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Concrete lounges and why basketball players aren't better hockey players

Assignment 1 for my course is due later today. 100+ students have submitted. Time to explore the Moodle assignment submission system and how to allocate assignments to markers. So what? Why would that be interesting to anyone not using Moodle? Well because… One explanation for the quality of “e-learning” is We have taken our teachers

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