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Moodle2Go. A JISC FE Resources Project. Personnel. John Edmonstone Cardonald College Kevan Scade Anniesland College Iain Shaw Langside College David Hannah Langside College. Project Outline. A mobile learning resources project

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Moodle2go

Moodle2Go

A JISC FE Resources Project


Personnel

Personnel

  • John Edmonstone

    • Cardonald College

  • Kevan Scade

    • Anniesland College

  • Iain Shaw

    • Langside College

  • David Hannah

    • Langside College


Project outline

Project Outline

  • A mobile learning resources project

  • Creating mobile-friendly resources to be distributed to students’ personal devices

  • Easily replicable and scaleable

  • Distribution of materials - experimenting with Moodle hub as distribution tool between 3 colleges (and as a possible sectoral model)


1 mobile learning resources

1. Mobile Learning Resources

  • Range of curriculum areas selected across 3 partner colleges

    • Complementary Therapies

    • Sports

    • Horticulture and Computing

  • Materials aimed at reinforcement of practical learning

    • Short video demonstrations

    • Key points flashcards

    • Self assessment quizzes


2 creating mobile friendly resources to be distributed to students personal devices

2. Creating mobile-friendly resources to be distributed to students’ personal devices

  • Authored to be accessible to a broad range of mobile devices

  • Surveyed 350+ students across 3 colleges – device ownership/preference …. and is it worthwhile?

  • Experimented with video formats & quiz authoring tools on a range of test devices/network connections

    • Settled on MP4 as the widest accessible video format for all kinds of mobile devices

    • Also currently experimenting with outputting from Camtasia using HTML5


Survey results

Survey Results


Survey results1

Survey Results


3 easily replicable and scaleable

3. Easily replicable and scaleable

  • Used a range of standard/easily affordable software and utilities

    • Camtasia studio 8

    • Respondus – and Moodle Quiz

    • Moodle mobile theme

  • Other softwares considered

    • Softchalk

    • Captivate

    • Wirenode


Materials screenshots

Materials: Screenshots


Materials screenshots1

Materials: Screenshots


Materials screenshots2

Materials: Screenshots


Materials screenshots3

Materials: Screenshots


4 distribution of materials

4. Distribution of materials

  • All courses made accessible to learners through Moodle

  • Used Moodle networking to share courses between 3 separate instances of Moodle in 3 institutions

  • Now entering final testing phase for students


Key lessons so far negatives

Key lessons so far…negatives

  • Moodle networking inefficient distribution model

  • Difficult to find video formats that work equally well on all devices (without need for extra apps…)

  • Network speeds limit video size


Key lessons so far positives

Key lessons so far…positives

  • Students respond well to format

  • BYOD model works well

  • Co-operative models for authoring of materials across institutions effective


Contact

Contact

  • John Edmonstone

    • [email protected]

  • Kevan Scade

    • [email protected]

  • Iain Shaw

    • [email protected]


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