Re: Moodle questions
- Thanks Gladys,
I appreciate your help! Still waiting to here from the company about
many thanks, Susan
> Hi Susan!
> Not sure my experience can help you, but just in case... I've used
> Moodle as a student and as a facilitator. In both roles you can have
> access to student's logs which show what resources you've opened, how
> many times and for how long... However, participants might be
> downloading materials to review them offline, or sharing access to
> materials with a colleague, so this might be a bit misleading...
> I guess you could just state that attendees must have opened all
> course materials as a a requirement for certification...
> My 2 cents.
> PS: another tip: try http://www.ning.com/?view=search&term=Moodle to
> see all the communities for Moodle (one for educators, and many
> more!). I guess somebody there can help you!
> PS2: the idea of forcing a path upon learners goes really against the
> principles of online learning... Can't the sponsors just appear on the
> course main page?
> --- In email@example.com, "Susan Burg"
> <smoky7@> wrote:
> ...set up courses ... Moodle
> ...They asked me about adding a "bookmark" in their Moodle basically
> in order to let the user know where he left off once he signs off.
> ... Therefore the user should be obliged to go step by step through a
> course in order to be exposed to the sponsors name...