Moodle is already a powerful course management system. You can extend its functionality in multiple ways. This presentation explores the possibilities of using Moodle in conjunction with the #ePortfolio and collaboration system Mahara that connects to your Moodle easily.
By using Mahara, your learners can create their own personal learning environments and also create portfolios that you can assess directly in Moodle.
Adding an ‘e’ to learning or changing from analog to digital does not necessarily mean better instruction or learning. To make learning successful and a lasting process there is more that needs to be changed.
In my presentation I would like to demonstrate how the group centered features of a Moodle course can be extended to individualized learning in a Mahara ePortfolio and how Mahara can empower individual learners to show their competencies, reflect about their learning and share results with specific target groups.
Above #Mahara and #Moodle presentations were given and are available on #BBB video recording @ the 2015 #Moodle #iMoot15 , see schedule.
Sitedrop Turns A Dropbox Folder Into A Visual Workspace Where You Can Collaborate With Others. (Export user resources from Moodle to your Dropbox folder and auto-create a public personal portfolio)
Everyone to use the same project management software is a challenge, but everyone seems to have a Dropbox account. Hoping to build on top of the consumer-friendly service’s popularity, a new startup called Sitedrop allows you quickly turn any Dropbox folder into a website where you can visually showcase your work and collaborate with others.
Evernote Repository has been released as 1.1.0 by Frederic Massart, one of the Mentors for Vishal Raheja who is working on an Evernote Portfolio plugin through this year’s Google Summer of Code. The Repository allows users to pull down information from their Evernote accounts while the Evernote Portfolio will allow exporting to Evernote,