Archive for Category: "Webinars"
Moodle was launched as a pet project in 1999 by Martin Dougiamas. Since then, it has grown into an enormously popular learning platform that boasts over 57 million users who have access to roughly 5.8 million courses. Moodle is an open source, community driven learning management system that is used in traditional, blended, and fully online classrooms. Anyone can setup a Moodle server and start building online courses in a matter of minutes. Because of my interest in online learning, [...]
Update: Thanks to everyone for dropping in on this session. Our wired internet went out on us here at the conference, so we were forced to stream from the Wifi, which, you know, had like 8000 other people using it. So the archived session is a little choppy, but digestible. EdReach will be using our new tool Vivu.tv, to broadcast a Birds of a Feather presentation from ISTE: Using iPads, iPod Touch, and iPhones for Learning and Teaching will begin [...]