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Access to information by women and girls can be seen both as a reflection of society's customs and expectations for their lives; as well as a hint of a country’s potential for social and economic development. In places where...
To encourage the use —and help dispel some myths— of Open Educational Resources, particularly in the Ontario region, government-funded NGO Contact North has published a ten-item OER “Fact Sheet” with actionable and interesting data about OER and its latest...
MOOC- massive Open Online Courses were supposed to even up the third world country students with other students around the globe and to democratize education, teleporting the world’s best universities to students anywhere in the world. But despite all these...
When you stop to think about the disparities of India, its unparalleled diversity, its strategic closeness to the world's economic giants, and the largest youth population in the world ―with 356 million in the ages of 10-24 as of...
Now you can add flowcharts to your Moodle course without much hassle using the Flowcharts Moodle filter which display svg flowcharts using flowcharts.js by Adriano Raiano (http://adrai.github.io/flowchart.js, MIT license), which use raphael.js (MIT licence either).   How it works: It parses text...
Here's a course from the MOOCH which is available to checkout as a guest or to download to install on your own Moodle site. The course is the "History of Linux and Software Freedom" and is available here: http://hub.moodle.org/index.php?courseid=2208&rss=1. The featured...
As usual here are a few educational organizations and schools that have adopted Moodle to deliver their online or hybrid courses. The Saylor Foundation, Online : The Saylor Foundation is building free educational resources online.  By contracting SMEs in each...