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Martin Dougiamas Moodle Founder Executive Director, Moodle Pty Ltd Overview
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MoodleMoot Japan 2011

Nov 01, 2014

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Supporting slides from my keynote at the 2011 Moot in Japan

  • 1. Overview Martin Dougiamas Moodle FounderExecutive Director, Moodle Pty Ltd
  • 2. Copyright 2010 Martin Dougiamas
  • 3. OverviewMoodle 2.0Development processMoodle 2.1, 2.2 ...Other projects Copyright 2010 Martin Dougiamas
  • 4. Open Source Platform Moodle Repositories SIS User contributions Portfolios Authentication Course designMods Modules Payment Conferencing Moodle Core Reports Plagiarism Open Source Other Systems Course Management System (Open Source or Proprietary) Copyright 2010 Martin Dougiamas
  • 5. Current StatisticsWe know of over 50,000 registered veried sites in210 countriesRegistered sites contain 36 million users,3.7 million courses and 1.2 million teachersAt least 500 sites have more than 10,000 usersInterface translated into 86 languages54 specialised Moodle Partners Copyright 2010 Martin Dougiamas
  • 6. 50,000+ installations9344 4478 3361 3183 2389 1885 1793 1392 1243 1157 499 USA Spain Brazil UK Germany Mexico Portugal Australia Italy Columbia Japan Copyright 2010 Martin Dougiamas
  • 7. Environments 33% 28% 13% 9% 4% 14%University Secondary School Company Independent Primary school Other Copyright 2010 Martin Dougiamas
  • 8. Some universities Copyright 2010 Martin Dougiamas
  • 9. Some Corporates Copyright 2010 Martin Dougiamas
  • 10. Moodle 2.0SecurityPerformanceMedia managementIntegrationsUsability, AppearanceNew Features Copyright 2010 Martin Dougiamas
  • 11. 2.0Improvements/Rewrites Major New Features File storage and handling Navigation Roles and enrolments Community hubs Messaging Repository support Backup and Restore Portfolio support Gradebook Completion Blocks and Layout Conditional activities Themes / AJAX / Interface Cohorts Comments and Ratings Web services API My Moodle Secure RSS feeds Customisable User Prole pages IMS CC Workshop / Chat / Lesson / Quiz Blog associations and comments Wiki / SCORM / Resources External blog support Database access / data handling Translation engine Copyright 2010 Martin Dougiamas
  • 12. More ModularityArandaLasch, ickr.com Copyright 2010 Martin Dougiamas
  • 13. Web Services API SOAP External XML-RPC ServerApplication REST Moodle Functions (Core and Modules) AMF External ClientApplication Copyright 2010 Martin Dougiamas
  • 14. Repositories Almost any other content repositoryMoodle Files Copyright 2010 Martin Dougiamas
  • 15. Portfolios Almost any other content repository MoodleFiles and Pages Copyright 2010 Martin Dougiamas
  • 16. Community Hubs Ordinary Moodle site Building a course Taking a course Template User Community User Restore In Search Search Download E D 2Publishing site Course Community site List C 3 Enrol cache zip Backup B A 1 Enrollable course Downloadable course Register as Register as enrollable downloadable Moodle Hub Server eg hub.moodle.org Copyright 2010 Martin Dougiamas
  • 17. InCopyright 2010 Martin Dougiamas
  • 18. Moodle 2.0 Copyright 2010 Martin Dougiamas
  • 19. HQCopyright 2010 Martin Dougiamas
  • 20. Development process In Copyright 2010 Martin Dougiamas
  • 21. Moodle 2.xFocussing on learning activities and development community Usability Affordances Thorsten Becker, flickr.com JanneM, flickr.com Copyright 2010 Martin Dougiamas
  • 22. Pedagogical Focus Copyright 2010 Martin Dougiamas
  • 23. Referent 1All of us are potential teachers as well as learners - in a true collaborative environment we are both Copyright 2010 Martin Dougiamas
  • 24. Referent 2 We learn particularly well from the act of creating orexpressing something for others to see (Papert, Aristotle) Copyright 2010 Martin Dougiamas
  • 25. Referent 3We learn by just observing the activity of our peers (culture) Copyright 2010 Martin Dougiamas
  • 26. Referent 4By understanding the contexts of others, we can teach in a more transformational way (constructivism) Copyright 2010 Martin Dougiamas
  • 27. Referent 5A learning environment needs to be exible and adaptable,so that it can quickly respond to the changing needs of the participants within it Copyright 2010 Martin Dougiamas
  • 28. Pedagogical Referents1. All of us are potential teachers as well as learners - in a true collaborative environment we are both2. We learn particularly well from the act of creating or expressing something for others to see3. We learn a lot by just observing the activity of our peers4. By understanding the contexts of others, we can teach in a more transformational way (constructivism)5. A learning environment needs to be exible and adaptable, so that it can quickly respond to the needs of the participants within it Copyright 2010 Martin Dougiamas
  • 29. And is this how people use Moodle? Copyright 2010 Martin Dougiamas
  • 30. Pedagogical progression10. Research, custom code, communities of practice! 9. Give students more power (structure/grades) 8. Use Survey tools and logs to study / reect 7. Introduce external activities and games 6. Combine the activities into sequences 5. Facilitate discussions in the Forum. Questions! 4. Wikis, Glossaries, Databases (collaboration/media) 3. Use interactive Quizzes and Assignments 2. Provide a passive Forum 1. Publish content (Resource, SCORM) Copyright 2010 Martin Dougiamas
  • 31. 2.x RoadmapForumQuizAssignmentSurveyGrading and RubricsLesson..... Copyright 2010 Martin Dougiamas
  • 32. Many Mobile Apps Copyright 2010 Martin Dougiamas
  • 33. Ofcial Mobile AppTask-FocussedTouch screens onlyModularSecureWorks ofine Copyright 2010 Martin Dougiamas
  • 34. Ofcial Mobile AppUpload Copyright 2010 Martin Dougiamas
  • 35. Ofcial Mobile AppParticipants Copyright 2010 Martin Dougiamas
  • 36. Ofcial Mobile AppMessaging Copyright 2010 Martin Dougiamas
  • 37. Ofcial Mobile AppAttendance Copyright 2010 Martin Dougiamas
  • 38. Contributed Modules Versions Ofcial Reviews Downloads Statistics Compatibility Communication Copyright 2010 Martin Dougiamas
  • 39. Moodle web sites Copyright 2010 Martin Dougiamas
  • 40. Questions?? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?? ? ? ? ? Copyright 2010 Martin Dougiamas
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