The seminar is jointly organized by CITE and Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong
7 December 2011 (Wednesday) - Transition to Moodle 2: for staff who have been teaching using Moodle 1.9, this workshop will focus on the differences, such as dockable blocks, uploading files, and the new affordances offered by the activities.
8 December 2011 (Thursday) - Innovation in eLearning: for staff who have been teaching using Moodle 1.9, or as a follow-up to the CC Basic Moodle course, this workshop would focus on the use and assessment of glossaries, forums, wikis, blogs, and the integration of custom scales with learning outcomes. It will also introduce the BushGraph for evaluating discussions.
9 December 2011 (Friday) - Making the Grade: this workshop will focus on the use of the Gradebook in Moodle: initial setup of categories and weighting, and how it can save time with large classes or large numbers of activities, motivate students, and avoid transcription errors.
<p>Brant Knutzen has been teaching using the Moodle LMS since 2005. His teaching approach focuses on the setup and operation of highly engaging teaching / learning activities on the LMS which maximize student collaboration and the social construction of knowledge. He began operating a university project using the Moodle 2 platform in July 2011, and recently taught two MSc Education courses on eLearning using the Faculty of Education Moodle 2 server. He is currently the Learning Designer for the Faculty of Education at HKU.</p>
<p>LinkedIn: <a href="http://hk.linkedin.com/pub/brant-knutzen/16/abb/892" target="_blank">http://hk.linkedin.com/pub/brant-knutzen/16/abb/892</a></p>