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Mooving to Moodle. Amy Brown and Deana St. Peter Guilford Technical Community College. What LMS is your school using?. Blackboard WebCT Educator Moodle Other/Not Applicable. Is your school considering Moodle?. Yes No Maybe. What is the main thing your school likes about Blackboard?.

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Mooving to Moodle

Amy Brown and Deana St. Peter

Guilford Technical Community College


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What LMS is your school using?

  • Blackboard

  • WebCT

  • Educator

  • Moodle

  • Other/Not Applicable



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What is the main thing your school likes about Blackboard?

  • It’s familiar.

  • Menu/folder organization

  • Look and feel

  • Gradebook

  • We don’t use Blackboard.


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What’s the main thing your school does NOT like about Blackboard?

  • Price

  • Menu/folder organization

  • Look and feel

  • Gradebook

  • Limited options

  • We don’t use Blackboard.


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GTCC backstory Blackboard?

  • Over 10 years on Blackboard

  • Part of NCLC Blackboard consortium

  • Experienced some customer service issues with Blackboard and ASP hosting


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GTCC - Moodle Blackboard?

  • System Office was pushing Moodle as a solution.

  • RFP for second wave of NCMUG project

  • Distance Learning and five faculty attended Moodle training summer 2007


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+ Blackboard?

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Blackboard Blackboard?


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Facebook Blackboard?


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Moodle Blackboard?


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Blackboard vs. Moodle Blackboard?

  • Annual license fee vs. Open source

  • Folders vs. blocks

  • Content management system vs. dynamic learning environment

  • Faculty/Publisher-created content vs. “Everyone-created” content


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Move to Moodle Blackboard?

  • Training (summer 2007)

  • Pilot with faculty and students (fall 2007)

  • Migration (spring 2008-fall 2008)

  • Final Blackboard semester (spring 2009)


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GTCC number of sites Blackboard?

  • Fall 2007 semester

    • Blackboard – over 800

    • Moodle – over 15

  • Spring 2008 semester

    • Blackboard – over 800

    • Moodle – over 50

  • Fall 2008 semester

    • Moodle – over 800

    • Blackboard – between 50-75


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GTCC faculty Blackboard?

  • Blackboard is limiting

  • Setting up assignments in BB is more time consuming—multiple steps

  • Students can’t contribute to course content (like glossaries and wikis)

  • Can get bulky—go to this folder, open this sub-folder, download this file

  • Moodle is more dynamic—students create profiles with pictures, I can see all of their activity in one place, it’s easier for me to respond to them


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GTCC faculty Blackboard?

  • Reaction to Moodle training

    • “Wow! Look at all the cool toys!”

    • Different types of assignments allow for different student interaction and different student-teacher interaction

    • News forum, internal messaging, etc.


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GTCC faculty Blackboard?

  • Selling features of Moodle

    • Profiles—I can “see” my students next to all of their work

    • Activity reports—show posts, blogs, submitted assignments, etc. all in one place

    • Easier to navigate







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Moodle Forums Blackboard?


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Blackboard Glossary Blackboard?


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Moodle Glossary Blackboard?








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Blackboard vs. Moodle Admin Blackboard?

  • Logging in as a someone else

  • Search and add students to course

  • Settings for self-creation of accounts

  • Self-enroll process

  • Enrollment file (user/course vs. user/course/group)

  • Groups keep sections separate!


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Pros for switching to Moodle Blackboard?

  • Open source – better long-term financial investment for GTCC

  • Flexibility and options

  • More learning centered than Blackboard

  • Faculty already online savvy, but switch gives us a chance to redefine what we do.


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Cons for switching to Moodle Blackboard?

  • Migration of content

  • Retrain faculty

  • Running/Paying for 2 Learning Management System for migration

  • Resistance to change

  • Lacking a true equation editor

  • Publishers are new to Moodle


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What is your top concern about moving to Moodle? Blackboard?

  • Migration of content

  • Retraining faculty

  • Publisher content

  • Reaction of faculty

  • Other




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Moodle Resources Blackboard?


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Moodle Activities Blackboard?


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Learning from Mistakes Blackboard?

  • Moodle 1.8 gradebook

  • Adaptive mode in quizzes

  • Question “names”

  • CamelCase in wikis

  • Typos in “News Forum” and “Mail now”

  • Can’t “block” students


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Moodle as a Student Blackboard?


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Moodle as a Student Blackboard?


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GTCC decision Blackboard?

  • Moodle server with Remote Learner – Level 4

  • Use Blackboard through June 2009

  • On-going training both face-to-face and online

  • Aim for 95% of courses to be on Moodle by fall 2008


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Team-teaching with Moodle Blackboard?

  • Advantages:

    • Teachers can co-develop and share assignments without having to share students or a grade book.

    • Students are put in separate groups and have access to their group only.

    • We don’t have to create separate forums, for example.






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Innovative Instruction Blackboard?

  • Wikis

  • Blogs

  • Responsibility for their own learning


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Administrating Moodle Blackboard?

  • Blackboard head

  • Tools are present, less “sophistication”

  • Course copy process – more options

  • Enrollment file (users/courses vs. users/courses/groups)


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Moodle Lessons from others Blackboard?

  • Like learning to drive a new car—same buttons in different places.

  • Learning to use the grade book and creating tests are tricky, but this is because I’m used to BB, not because Moodle is “hard.”

  • Moodle has more features than BB—part of the challenge as an educator is determining how to use them.


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Future of Moodle at GTCC Blackboard?

  • Five instances

    • Curriculum

    • Business and Industry / Continuning Education

    • Internal Training

    • Testing

    • Public


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Customizations Blackboard?

  • iTunes U authentication part of login process

  • 10% report - # of hits, not actions

  • Attendance form

  • Streamline enrollment


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Information Blackboard?


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What does the “D” stand for in Moodle? Blackboard?

  • Domino

  • Dynamic

  • Devil


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Students are telling us that they like Moodle better than Blackboard because _______________________.

  • It’s easier to use.

  • They can create content as well as faculty.

  • Profiles make it easier to interact.

  • All of the above


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The group feature in Moodle allows you to keep the sections separate yet see the same content.

  • Yes

  • No


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This was a good presentation. separate yet see the same content.

  • Strongly Agree

  • Agree

  • Neutral

  • Disagree

  • Strongly Disagree


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