Posted on April 19, 2008 at 3:52pm
I don't expect I'll blog much here. I have my "real blog" for myself: Experiencing E-Learning
. My blog generally covers instructional design, online learning, and educational technology. I do a lot of linkblogging too.
I also blog with the rest of my team at PLS Online Course Development
. This blog is mostly aimed at the other people in the company to keep them updated on what we do and why… Continue
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With your work in Instructional Design for PLS, I recommend you take a look at Wiziq's virtual classroom and authorstream's power point presentation platform. Both are web based platforms, have a bunch of features and free basic service. Here’s a public class recording you might find of interest.
Take your classes online : Introducing WiZiQ Virtual Classroom by Mark Cruthers
Get your own Virtual Classroom
As I told Indigo, what she is good for is to make us all better at thinking out our opinions and articulating them. N
I apologise if the comments I have posted was in apporpriate. The intention with me is never to disturb the focus of this forum as me too is a advocate of what each member of this forum is doing. But its just a excitation of creating something that I wanted to yell at the world, I guess even Socrates the great did something like this when he ran naked on the streets after inventing the relative density. Hence, please forgive me. And I truly believe in that Moodle Analytics will be a really powerful tool for online teachers using Moodle. If you find sometime please check it and lemme know how we can improve it.
SITACT Inc has developed the Moodle Analytics module for dashboard style graphical reporting to track the progress of the online classes. Have a look at the demo at www.sitact.net.