Moodle Trip Report

Moodle Trip Report - Memorandum Date September 5 2007 To...

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Memorandum Date: September 5, 2007 To: Amanda Nowlin-O’Banion From: A Student Subject: Moodle Trip Report Within the last few weeks, each student was required to take a virtual trip through the Moodle online course website by completing an extensive itinerary. After c ompleting this itinerary, the user was to analyze all the accessible features of Moodle and gain an appreciation for the issues discussed via the tasks assigned. More importantly this analysis serves as a tool to grade all the components of Moodle such as: user friendliness, functionality, communicatory methods, among various other parts of Moodle which will be utilized. Under the circumstances that a problem arises during the use of Moodle the student was instructed to consult the other members of his designated group as to further gain an understanding of other features of Moodle and alleviate the situation. Accomplishments During this three week period a variety of issues presented themselves on the Moodle website. Each person first familiarized one’s self with the course utilities, there were even a few features which proved that they would be of practical use throughout this semester and later in life. These attributes would have to be the use of blogs, digital schedule calendar, as well as the discussion
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This note was uploaded on 03/28/2008 for the course ENGL 301 taught by Professor Nowlin during the Fall '08 term at Texas A&M.

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