OK. Thanks for the update Teresa, - Michael ... [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]Message 1 of 3 , Jun 3, 2007View SourceOK. Thanks for the update Teresa,
At 09:39 PM 6/3/2007, you wrote:
>Hi, Michael![Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
>I emailed Chris three weeks ago saying those links weren't active anymore
>and I have the impression that he told me that the university pulled down
>his pages when he left. However, I can't find that email to confirm it. :-(
>Let's hope he sees these messages and replies.
>I'm also interested since I have links to the "original and clickable" pages
>in both our WiA Index and OLE page.
> > At 01:02 AM 6/3/2007, you wrote:
> >>This one?
> > Yes Bee, that's the one. Thanks. But the original image version was
> > clickable and took you further into each section....it was a small
> > website in effect.
> > - Michael
> >>Warm regards,
Hi Everyone, I am presenting at a meeting for our county s technology group on Monday EST 8am for one hour. I need to see some good Moodle class curriculumMessage 1 of 3 , Jun 3, 2007View SourceHi Everyone,
I am presenting at a meeting for our county's technology group on
Monday EST 8am for one hour. I need to see some good Moodle class
curriculum sites today as I prepare. I suggested we use one for next
year for our curriculum and so they decided to start a Moodle for next
year. I want to give them some ideas for how I think would be good to
organize. If you have some good examples, would you please give me
access to see how you did your layout. Metacourse ..then a course per
unit is one way Venny suggested. I want all teachers to have access to
the core curriculum of each class then they can tweak their own daily
Let me know if you can help out.