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 email@example.com.
March 13th 2:00pm EST
A good eLearning solution requires more than good content. Identifying and implementing the right types of media and instructional strategy can make all the difference and will help increase learner engagement, resulting in an increase in learner mastery. Research has shown that appropriate use of Moodle tools keeps learners interested and motivated, and this increases learning. Let us show you a few ways we can use proven strategies combined with Moodle tools to meet your eLearning needs.
Who Should Attend: Teachers, Instructors, Trainers, Instructional Designers, Instructional Technology Specialists, and Training Directors, course developers.
In this webinar you’ll learn the following:
- The differences between a basic course where Moodle is used to organize files for learners, a simple Moodle course where material is put together using Moodle modules, and an interactive course where instructional strategies are incorporated into a course to draw learners into the eLearning experience.
- Creative uses for innovative ways to incorporate different Moodle modules into your courses.
- About the servicesoffered by Remote-Learner’s Learning Service Department and ways we can help you design, develop, and build interactive moodle courses for your learners.
Presenter: Page Chen
Chief Learning Officer
Page, has her Masters Degree in Adult Education and is currently completing her dissertation research in the field of Instructional Design for Online Learning. She has been designing curriculum and instruction since 1994, and focused specifically on designing courses for delivery on the Moodle platform since 2009. Designing and building “out of the box” learning experiences for all ages and a wide variety of industries, government agencies, and educational institutions, Page’s experience working with major oil and gas companies and the Aerospace industry gives her a unique perspective when balanced against being a fifth generation educator who is passionate about education reform and the role technology plays in changing how we live, play and learn.