[Edu-sig] Python-Only Moodle?
vceder at canterburyschool.org
Sat Jan 28 18:28:41 CET 2006
(pardon the previous blank post - I pulled the trigger too fast ;) )
I would also have some things to contribute, and I think either
livingcode.org or pythonworks.org would be great choices. Since
pythonworks already has a Moodle, it might be the place to start...
As to the admin policies, I would agree that Kirby's suggestions are
kirby urner wrote:
> Hi Dethe --
> livingcode.org <http://livingcode.org> seems a logical and appropriate
> place for a Python Courseware Moodle.
> If you feel led, have the time, I think you should set it up and keep
> tight control of security. Mete out accounts as you see fit, with the
> right to revoke. It's your server and you should treat it as such, not
> as community property. Then the moodles themselves will belong to their
> authors, internal to the infrastructure you provide, as Dungeon Master
> Anyway, that's one model for a Moodle. Just a proposal, obviously,
> since it involves you doing the work.
> My first step, if given a teacher account, would be to move a copy of my
> Algebra with Python course to it.
This time for sure!
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