Participants will complete this module with a basic understanding of native video apps on mobile devices, iMovie, and the ways these tools can be leveraged for learning and creation.
What video apps do I have on my device?
How can I use these to improve teaching?
How can I use these to improve learning and student creation?
Creator: St. Vrain Valley School District - Publisher: St. Vrain Valley School District
Tags: video, movies, creation, 1:1, professional learning, professional development, svvsd - Subject: Education - Audience: Educators - Educational level: Secondary
Language: English - License: Creative Commons - No Commercial - Time updated: Wednesday, 26 March 2014, 6:06 PM
Activities : Label (2) - Forum (1) - Assignment (1)
We will look at a large database in Excel and then import it into Access to see the different types of searching and sorting that can be done there.This unit will not cover relational aspects of the Access database but will look at queries and form design.
Creator: Richard Jones - Publisher: Richard Jones
Tags: excel, flatfile, database, access, teaching, students - Subject: Information Technology (Other) - Audience: Educators - Educational level: Secondary
Language: English - License: Creative Commons - ShareAlike - Time updated: Monday, 23 December 2013, 4:07 PM
This is a five credit course, American Lit. (2), U.S. History, Government, and Fine Art. In addition to earning five credits, students will prepare for the Indiana 10th Grade Language Arts End of Course Assessment.
Students will use primary sources and American Literature to develop the basic language skills needed for the world of work and continuation of study in post-secondary education.
Digital Repositories for small memory institutions
During this course you will learn how to organize and perform digitisation activities in small memory institution e.g. public library or local museum.
This course shows how to digitise cultural heritage objects, how to prepare them for on-line presentation and how to describe them with metadata. Besides of necessary theoretical background, the course includes also practical instructions which will enable small institutions to create high quality digital content and make it available to services like Europeana.
Creator: Access it plus project - Publisher: Adam Dudczak
Tags: digitisation, cultural heritage, digital libraries, europeana, dspace, greenstone, dlibra, digitlab, scanning, dublin core, europeana semantic elements, europeana data model, ESE, EDM - Subject: Librarianship and Information Management - Audience: Students - Educational level: Tertiary
Language: English - License: Creative Commons - No Commercial ShareAlike - Time updated: Thursday, 12 December 2013, 6:21 PM
This course was created for a workshop run by Mary Cooch at the Mountain Moot 2013 where participants learned how to create Moodle Lessons. There are three lessons available to try as students and a fourth which was built together as an introduction to lesson construction. I have also included the slideshow presentation used during the course of the workshop.
Creator: Mary Cooch - Publisher: Mary Cooch - Contributors: Estelle Cooch
This was originally a workshop at the Dublin Moodle Moot 2013 and is aimed at teacher, lecturers, learning technologists and trainers who already have worked with Moodle and want to explore the options available for graded assessment in Moodle 2.
The course is designed to give a fun introduction to Moodle's graded and gradable activities - forum/glossary/database/assignment and quiz by placing the participants in the situation of a Reality TV show.
Details on on how to run the course are available on the blog post http://www.moodleblog.net/2013/06/22/moodle-course-assessment-with-celebrity-flatshare/
This training module is for students and is one of three related courses whose purpose was to develop Moodle 2.3 training materials and support teachers and administrators in Higher Education. It was designed to be taken either face-to-face or online:
The focus, initially, was to help develop the required technical skills. The ultimate aim, however, was to develop sound blended learning methods and activities, and therefore focus on a pedagogical (rather than a technical) perspective.
This module comes with Teach with Moodle (training material) and a Your Playspace module.