Engaging Ways to Use Moodle

Posted: January 6, 2013 in moodle, Moodle 2.0, moodle staff development, muppetmasteruk
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Collaborative Google Doc on the “Engaging Ways to Use Moodle”

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Please add to this collaborative exercise in ways to make Moodle more engaging to students. For example visually pleasing Moodle sites, collaborative uses, reflective learning, inclusion of multi-media, plugins and third party applications, tracking.

You can access the site below directly or twitter me @muppetmasteruk or email muppetmasteruk@hotmail.com with suggestions.

Many thanks,

Mark

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