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タイトル: A Global Repository for Language Learning Material Sharing
著者: Johnson, Andrew
Oonishi, Akio
アブストラクト: This presentation demonstrates how to easily share learning resources and activities in a single Moodle site and across multiple Moodle sites using three newly developed tools. First, the Sharing Cart is a plug-in serving two purposes: 1) to copy and move one's own activities and 2) to collect and copy other teachers' activities. It also serves as a library of frequently used activities that can be inserted into any course. When the Sharing Cart is turned on, it will follow a teacher anywhere he or she roams within the Moodle site. While this tool is designed to handle individual learning objects (resources or activities), a second tool, the Project Course Format, is able to handle a group of learning objects. This format allows a teacher to move whole collections of quizzes, resources and other activities to another section of a Moodle site. Finally a third tool is a central repository (located at http://moodlelang.org) designed for sharing both 1) Moodle learning objects and 2) various documents and multimedia for use both in and out of Moodle. Five aspects of the design of the repository will be discussed: 1) searching strategies, 2) learning object meta data, 3) rating, editing, and reviewing features, 4) contribution and incentive systems, and 5) inter-site strategies. In this workshop, all participants will see a demonstration of the repository and sharing cart, and then have a chance to experience transferring Moodle activities across sites using the newly opened global Moodle for Language Teaching Repository.
研究業績種別: 国内学会/Domestic Conference
資料種別: Presentation
査読有無: あり/yes
単著共著: 共著/joint
発表雑誌名,発表学会名など: Moodle Moot Japan 2010
年月日: 2010年2月13日
出現コレクション:アンドリュー・ジョンソン

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