The “Moodle Museum” from CLAMP-IT.org

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CLAMP-IT, the developers of the Moodle 1.9.9 + LAE distribution announced last week [link] have a great archive of Moodle tips and tricks called the MoodleMuseum.  Tips are anything from advanced uses of the wiki, using the summary field appropriately, tips on organization of resources and your course page, forums and glossaries.

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All in all there are some great case studies on specific users of Moodle resources and activities that may help you in your course.

These are the titles of a few select “Museum Artifacts”:

  • Pre-Exam Question Forum
  • Using Choice to let students self-schedule presentations
  • Using the Glossary Feature for Languages Across the Curriculum
  • Using the summary field to create “liner notes” for course materials

Find more and read them all at http://www.clamp-it.org/category/gallery/moodlemuseum/.

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