Tomorrow is the first full day training for our Tablet PC pilot and I’ve been hammering away on the Moodle site I’ve created for the course. This is my first attempt at Moodle and I have to say I am very, very impressed. Once you get the feel for it, it’s very intuitive, and it’s got a very rich feature set. The wiki tool alone was enough to sell me. (No blog, however…)
Anyway, just thought I’d share a link to the site and invite anyone who is interested to take a look around. Just click on the “New Classroom Model Pilot Course” link at the lower left, and then login as a guest. It’s read only. If there are any Moodle-ists out there with advice, I’m all ears.
(BTW, my favorite thing in Moodle is being able to get up to the minute logs of all the users and where they are going. I’ve had five or six of my “students” digging around the site already, and it’s interesting (at least for now) to see the directions they go and the things they’re looking at. Good stuff!)
EFL Geek says
I believe blogs will be in 1.6 when it is finally released.
Bob Irving says
Be careful. You’ll get hooked. When they add blogging in the next version,it will really take off. It makes social learning so easy and, dare I say it, fun.
I’ve blogged about some of my experiences at http://www.e-lcds.org/wordpress/