2006 - 2007 Meetings
|18 Jul 2007||Ask the Audience - Using Personal Response Systems to Engage Large Classes|
|20 Jun 2007||Plagiarism - Mortal Sin or Life Skill?|
|16 May 2007||
Digital Mapping Tools - what do they offer your teaching?
|21 Mar 2007||Podcasting - your questions answered|
21 Feb 2007
||The Google Generation: Give in or Gear up?|
|13 Dec 2006||Moodle Day|
|15 Nov 2006||Tools for Facilitating Learning Communities|
18 Oct 2006
||Tools for Collaborative Teaching and Learning|
A selection of interesting and innovative
projects from across UCL that make use of Moodle, the Open
Source Learning Management System. Moodle is being trialled at UCL alongside
our officially supported Virtual Learning Environment, WebCT.
- Sam Washington from the Petrie Museum described how he is using the database in Moodle to link to AdLib to allow integration of digital resources into Moodle courses, and using Computer Science students to do the work!
- Paul Griseri from Management Studies described how his students have made excellent use of wikis (collaborative writing tools) in Moodle.
- Jacky Pallas showed how Bioinformatics have used movies and Moodle to teach biologists how to use databases and software tools.
- Graeme Were from Museums and Collections and Tony Slade from Media Resources showed how they have put 3D objects into Moodle to allow Anthropology students to 'virtually curate' their own exhibitions.