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Adaptation of Moodle e-Learning System to the Education Needs in Georgia . Prof. Ramaz Kvatadze Georgian Research and Educational Networking Association – GRENA www.grena.ge ramaz@grena.ge. Georgian Research and Educational Networking Association - GRENA founded in 1999.

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    1. Adaptation of Moodle e-Learning System to the Education Needs in Georgia Prof. Ramaz Kvatadze Georgian Research and Educational Networking Association – GRENA www.grena.ge ramaz@grena.ge

    2. Georgian Research and Educational Networking Association - GRENA founded in 1999 • Tbilisi State University • Georgian Technical University • Ilia State University • Tbilisi State Medical University • Georgian Agrarian University • Georgian National Academy of Sciences • Open Society - Georgia Foundation MLS Project meeting, November 13-14, 2013, London

    3. Main fields of activity • Providing Information Technology services to research and educational organizations • IT Education • Implementation of international and local R&D projects • Promoting and supporting the ICT development in Georgia MLS Project meeting, November 13-14, 2013, London

    4. GRENA services • Network services • Managed and guarantied bandwidth (QoS) • Network traffic monitoring and analyses • E-mail, Web-hosting,FTP • Virtual servers • H.323 based videoconferences (partner of Eyenetwork) • Network security • Intrusion detection and prevention systems • Computer Emergency Response Team – CERT-GE • Software licenses • Distributed computing GRID (included in European Grid Infrastructure) MLS Project meeting, November 13-14, 2013, London

    5. Education program • Cisco Regional Networking Academy • Linux Professional Institute Academic Partner • Juniper Networks Academic Alliance member • Distance learning center • Authorized partner of Pearson VUE for student’s certification in IT field MLS Project meeting, November 13-14, 2013, London

    6. Current projects • European Grid Initiative: Integrated Sustainable Pan-European Infrastructure for Researchers in Europe (InSPIRE) • Central and Eastern European Networking Engine (CEENGINE) • Policy Dialogue in ICT to an Upper Level for Reinforced EU-EECA Cooperation (PICTURE) • Multi-Gigabit European Research and Education Network and Associated Services (GN3plus) • Experimental Deployment of an Integrated Grid and Cloud Enabled Environment in BSEC Countries on the Base of g-Eclipse (gEclipseGrid) • CULTUReEXchange Platform (CULTUR-EXP) • Implementation of New Learning Programs, Courses and Services in Information Technology • Development of Grid Infrastructure and Services to Support Research Communities in Georgia MLS Project meeting, November 13-14, 2013, London

    7. The role of ICT in education • Establishment of new relationship between the educators and the students • Provision of additional opportunities for gaining the knowledge and professional skills • Provision of modern computer-based educational tools for the educators and the students • Increase efficiency of education through flexibility and mobility MLS Project meeting, November 13-14, 2013, London

    8. e-Learning at Georgian educational institutions • Georgian universities are using open source software – Moodle system for e-learning. • System is used mainly to place courses, for communication between students and teachers, planning education process, self-assessment exercises, conducting learning individually, for testing and examination purposes. • In addition Ilia State University has YouTube channel (http://videochannel.iliauni.edu.ge) web portal, were the video lectures are uploaded in several categories. Currently there are more than 5000 video lectures. MLS Project meeting, November 13-14, 2013, London

    9. e-Learning systems MLS Project meeting, November 13-14, 2013, London

    10. Why Moodle? • Open source e-learning System • Over 87079 registered sites • Represented in over 239 countries • 73.7 million users registered • More than 7.8 million courses placed • Over 90 different languages is supported MLS Project meeting, November 13-14, 2013, London

    11. http://elearning.grena.geportal capabilities • Creation and management of course content in different formats (on-line books, uploaded files, flash videos, SCORM packages, etc.) • Creation and management of assessments for different courses (including preparation of question databases, assessment activation, randomization and grading) • Interactive communication tools (forums, wikis, blogs, chat-rooms, etc.) • Users’ progress monitoring and reporting • Different methods of user authentication and plagiarism prevention MLS Project meeting, November 13-14, 2013, London

    12. Work plan for MLS project • Integration of video and audio modules in Moodle system – Q1-Q2 • Localization of Moodle system interface in Georgian language – Q1-Q2 • Improvement of protection of uploaded materials – Q3-Q4 • Improvement of security of the Moodle system – Q4 • Working on Human Research Protection Program (HRPP)/Research Ethics – during the project • Provide participants for the MLS Concept Evaluation MLS Project meeting, November 13-14, 2013, London

    13. / MLS Project meeting, November 13-14, 2013, London

    14. Learning Management System (LMS) All universities have Learning Management System developed by the university staff or by local IT companies. There is no unique LMS used by all or significant number of universities. These systems are used for the administration of learning process (newcomers registration, registration to the subjects, grading, messaging system, quality control procedures, learning materials, wide range of statistics and etc.). Usually all professors, students and administrative personnel have access to the system. European solutions for LMS are not used in Georgia because of high price and difficulties in adaptation of systems to the university needs. MLS Project meeting, November 13-14, 2013, London

    15. TEMPUS projects in e-learning with participation of Georgian universities MLS Project meeting, November 13-14, 2013, London

    16. MLS Project meeting, November 13-14, 2013, London