[Edu-sig] Python-Only Moodle?
kirby.urner at gmail.com
Sun Jan 29 19:26:22 CET 2006
This all sounds very constructive. The suggestion to add a Wiki is great,
and to make a link to some source point where updates to the moodle may be
I'm still working on my Algebra with Python moodle. I don't have enough
interactive resources. It's top heavy on framework, needs more hands-on
exercises and stuff for people to actually *do*.
> I am happy to host and administer the moodle. I'm no expert moodle
> admin, but we use moodle extensively on campus so I know people who are.
> If you have a moodle site you want added let me know and I'll create
> an instructor account for you.
> It might be a nice idea to add a wiki or discussion group to your
> moodle to allow the community to comment and discuss the course.
> It would also be nice if there was a link within each moodle to the
> zip file that contains the backup. That way if someone wants to
> download and start using a moodle they can get started quickly.
> Will guest access be sufficient to let people poke around and view
> the contents of the moodles? We'll need to see how to make that work
> > --Dethe
> > PowerPoint can make almost anything appear good and look
> > professional. Quite frankly, I find that a little bit frightening.
> > --David Byrne
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