[vet-mm] How do you deliver your course? LMS? Google Classroom? Google Site?
anatuck at gmail.com
Tue Aug 28 22:35:48 EDT 2018
I absolutely loved Onenote and had set up notebooks for every unit. But my
new school does not support Onenote classroom. Google classroom is like the
dodgy distant relation to Onenote.
I use wordpress and i bought an educational theme. its basic, but wordpress
has so many ad ons, I just add what I need when I need it.
On Wed, Aug 29, 2018 at 11:42 AM Ibbott, Frances H <
ibbott.frances.h at edumail.vic.gov.au> wrote:
> I have been using Moodle for a many years to deliver my course, and quite
> successfully… But there are glitches with our server and I am now the only
> person in our school using the LMS to deliver. In the last 4 years we have
> transitioned to Compass and whilst this is quite suitable for a CMS, it is
> not an LMS and it does not really do what I want/need for my program.
> I am willing to make the jump / move to a new platform, but just wondered
> what others use. I have had a little look around in Google classroom and
> I’m not quite sure that this is what I want either. I’d prefer something
> externally hosted so that I don’t need to rely on local servers or deal
> with the power outages and issues that causes up here.
> So, what do you use?
> I would probably have to use something that is free, since the school
> already pays for Compass and my budget probably would not extend as far as
> a new LMS.
> *FRAN IBBOTT*
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