These a some of my thoughts and notes, as well as the Tweets of myself and others, on the other presentations delivered on day 1 of MoodleMoot AU 2012. The nTweets may be in reverse chronological order but I hope you get much from these notes.
Pause for reflection, look at activity settings and think about why they are there, come up with creative ways to use them. #mootau12
This point above is a good one to consider. There is so much in the settings pages of Moodle resources and activities and academics get overwhelmed but I like the idea of looking at how they can be used.
OUblog gets around core blog problem and loss of journal tool @moodlechick #mootau12 but understand you prefer core moodle
And as you will see below, the Equella and Moodle 2.3 session was a huge hit. I definitely believe there is a lot of value in Equella as a repository but my questions now are, what is the benefit in using Equella when the other plugin repositories and awesome new file dragging and dropping systems in Moodle make it so much easier to upload files?
Moodle is for managing learning, equella is for managing the data in repositories – a marriage of relevance #mootau12