Joseph Antonioli

Senior Curricular Innovation Specialist

Posts by Joseph Antonioli

What’s New in Moodle 2.6

Please note we are currently on Moodle 2.5, this is all information about an upgrade that has just been made available to us. Remote-Learner is hosting a webinar on Tuesday, March 25th, from 11:30am-12:30pm. Webinar Registration A small group from LIS will be attending the webinar together, please contact Joe Antonioli (jantonio@middlebury.edu) if you would […] Continue reading

Friday Links – March 14, 2014

9 Tips for Creating a Sense of Community for Distance Learners - The article provides is geared towards fully online courses, but it is also good advice for faculty wanting to created engagement in a hybrid course. Memes, Genes and Evolution on Facebook - The way memes evolve on Facebook is startlingly similar to the way genes […] Continue reading

Strategies for Using Moodle to Increase Learner Engagement

This webinar is being offered by Remote-Learner, our Moodle host. There is a small group in LIS that will be attending together, please let me know if you would like to join us by emailing jantonio@middlebury.edu. March 13th  2:00pm EST A good eLearning solution requires more than good content. Identifying and implementing the right types […] Continue reading

Moodle Maintenance Notice For 2/28/14

From Remote-Learner, our Moodle host: In order to increase the resilience and reliability of our cloud platform we will be replacing our network firewalls. Upgrades on the firewalls will be conducted during the February 28th maintenance window between 2 a.m. and 6 a.m., ET. During most of this period your site will be operational, but there may be […] Continue reading

Friday Links – February 7, 2014

10 ways alternative energy is about to change the way tech gets powered – Solar-powered laptops, edible battery power, spray-on solar panels, mini windmills: This may be a game-changing year for clean technology.   Microsoft Names Satya Nadella Its New CEO: Nadella is the third CEO of Microsoft, and is expected to continue developing its […] Continue reading

Moodle Update on Sunday, February 2, 2014

On February 2nd at 11pm EST, Remote-Learner will be updating our Moodle instance. This is a minor upgrade that includes updates to performance and security, as well as the following feature enhancements: Option to auto-save during quiz attempts (administrative setting) You will be able to search the list of users enrolled in a large course […] Continue reading

Podcasting in Education

Please join us as we engage in a discussion and workshop on audio and podcasting for education with radio producer and filmmaker, Erin Davis, in January. Participants will walk away from this two day workshop with a clear map for podcast production from concept to distribution.  We will begin by addressing the fundamental question, “What is […] Continue reading

iPad in Education

Please join us as we engage in a conversation and demonstration about the possibilities of iPad in Higher Education with Apple Systems Engineer, Lars Ljungholm on Monday, December 9th. We are currently undergoing a shift in the education landscape. Students are now growing up in – and graduating into – a connected, information-rich world which […] Continue reading

Moodle Maintenance on Friday, October 4th from 2am-6am

From our Moodle host: Dear Valued Client, In order to increase resilience and reliability of our cloud platform we will be migrating data within our server infrastructure. We will be performing maintenance during our October 4th maintenance window from 2 a.m. and 6 … Continue reading Continue reading

Course Site Suggestions

The college is approaching the start of the undergraduate academic year, and faculty are thinking about course web sites. LIS has many ways to help faculty think about what is possible with technology in the classroom (if you don’t know … Continue reading Continue reading