[vet-mm] Online learning solutions
Tinkler, Jacquie J
tinkler.jacquie.j at edumail.vic.gov.au
Fri Apr 18 15:53:40 EST 2008
We are just getting Moodle up and running here at Wangaratta High. There
are lots of users and great support. There is a moodle list at
http://www.edulists.com.au to subscribe to for more info and assistance.
Wangaratta High School
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[mailto:vet-mm-bounces at edulists.com.au] On Behalf Of Stuart James Bush
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As far as I know, Moodle has many many users. I'm sure if you
searched the web, you might find someone that is using it that would
give you feedback.
What exactly did you have in mind of setting up?
On 18/04/2008, at 1:39 PM, Allan Barnes wrote:
> Basically it is where people can log in online and complete a course
> completely online and the assessor can log in as well and see the
> responses and then assess it online as well. I think Moodle is an
> example of
> it but I am yet to see it in operation.
> Kind regards
> Allan Barnes, CEO
> Australian Institute of Education and Training
> P.O. Box 171
> Brunswick West 3055
> Ph: (03) 9387 2051
> FAX: (03) 9387 3470
> Mobile: 0409 428 221
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