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WiZiQ Online Teaching and E-Learning with Web Conferencing

Here’s another  online classroom tool, the kind that encourages to create an online course and fill it with stuff. This one looks pretty powerful, and its free offering seems not be be too stunted. However, it’s not really until you pay for membership that you can really make use of it admin and payment options.…

DigitalChalk Online Training Software

This looks to be an interesting idea. You create your online course, and Digital Chalk manage the administration, taking a percentage of the student fee. Digital Chalk also charge for setup, although there is a free setup option with limited features. The only demo of a course I could see on my brief visit was…

Moodlerooms Integrates Google Features with Moodle

Moodlerooms, a Moodle Partner based in USA are to produce tools to integrate Google Docs into Moodle. Full information so far can be read in their press release at the bottom of this piece. This is good news. At The New Curiosity Shop we use Google docs extensively, and to be able to use Google Docs…

Making the Most of Moodle 2 – Onwards!

The second course in our Moodle training series is finally ready and waiting. This takes on from where MMM1 left of, and takes the teacher into new realms, showing how to prepare and upload resources such as Microsoft PowerPoint and Word into Moodle. As with MMM1 it’s fully hands on, with lots of video walkthroughs…

Moodle: a case study in sustainability

One of the questions often asked about choosing Moodle, an open-source VLE, as opposed to going for a commercial ‘closed-source’ VLE is: “but who maintains Moodle?” Here, Martin Dougiamas explains how Moodle works as a sustainable model.