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Re: [K12OSN] courseware



I use moodle daily on my classroom network. I couldn't/wouldn't teach without my K12LTSP network or without moodle.

The courseware is getting more interesting as I find ways to help students learn by teaching others.

dgd

Dan Young wrote:
On Tue, 2004-12-14 at 20:33 -0500, robert wrote:

I really like the way courses can be imported and exported almost
seamlessly with ATutor. There's a growing trend towards an open
standards of 'course objects'. For now there is so much content using
different methodology its difficult to get a handle on all of it. I'm
going to install Moodle and have a closer look -


I'll vouch for Moodle being pretty darn neat. If the course object
framework you're refer to is SCORM, there is some degree of support for
that in Moodle.

--
Dan Young
Parkrose School District

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