On Thursday, April 24, 2014, Campus Technology presented a webinar on Course Quality and Moodle: Exploring Best Practices. Leeja Carter, PhD and Assistant Professor and Training Coordinator for the Sport and Health Psychology Program and Sarah Fornero, M.A. Assistant Professor and Training Coordinator for the Sport and Health Psychology Program at Adler School of Professional Psychology […]
A study conducted by researchers at Rice and Duke Universities, and published by the journal Educational Psychology Review, revealed that small changes in homework practices can improve student learning and performance on examinations. Read the full article in The Chronicle of Higher Education.
The problems that we were experiencing earlier today with Moodle have now been fixed. Thank you for your understanding.
Moodle is currently returning errors in some circumstances, such as downloading grades or uploading files, for some people in some browsers. We are currently working on a solution and hope to have it fixed as soon as possible. We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your patience.
QR codes (Quick Response codes) are two-dimensional bar codes which when scanned with the camera of a mobile device such as tablet or smartphone, can take the user to a variety of digital content. This includes linking to a website, a PDF document, an e-mail address, a video file, or an audio file. For schools […]
If you are looking to remove a student from your Moodle course who has dropped the course, but still shows up in your Moodle class roster, please fill out the Moodle Request Form or email firstname.lastname@example.org with the pertinent information. Please provide the student’s username or full name and the name of the course to […]
Gustavus Faculty and Staff, Trying to embed a YouTube video within a Moodle Course? Maybe you’re looking to introduce some interactive activities that are available in Moodle, but you’re just not quite sure how or where to start. Or possibly you just have a simple Moodle question related to gradebook. Regardless of your question, we […]
Opening a Presentation Tell a Story Here’s the amazing thing about stories: If your presentation is based solely on facts and stats then you r audience is going to react in one of two ways: 1) agree or 2) disagree. However, if you tell a story, your audience will participate with you. Point to the […]
The Moodle 2.5 server will be down for maintenance today, September 17th, from 4:45pm to 6:00pm. During this maintenance time, users will not be able to access courses. Once the maintenance is complete, important improvements will be in place and all courses will again be available. If you experience any problems with Moodle after the […]
An interesting article in the June issue of Campus Technology journal titled “The 4 Pillars of the Flipped Classroom.” A short but informative article regarding a report from the Flipped Learning Network, George Mason University and the Pearson’s Center for Educator Effectiveness about flipped classrooms. (Read the full report here.)