[Edu-sig] Raw moodle content for Moodle testing now available
kirby.urner at gmail.com
Mon Jan 30 18:43:53 CET 2006
Excellent. I've sent the URL along to shuttleworthfoundation.org
This is an interesting project in that it relies on peer-to-peer with
teachers as expert facilitators, but not necessarily authorities on the
subject material, which gets imported through various channels, remixed, and
sent back out to eager beaver peers.
On 1/30/06, Brad Miller <bmiller at luther.edu> wrote:
> Both are available for guest access athttp://www.pythonworks.org/moodle
> If you go there you should see three courses, all should be available for
> viewing by guests.
> On Jan 29, 2006, at 10:04 PM, kirby urner wrote:
> OK, I uploaded two Python courses I'm working on for Portland Public
> Schools, via the Winterhaven facility. Neither is complete, i.e. I'm
> actively adding to both. These are snapshots.
> They're basically XML ( moodle.xml) within zips. In once case, I've also
> got two picture files.
> Per my recent post, the teacher section normally contains username and
> encrypted password. I've removed the password, leaving an empty <PASSWORD>
> tag. The username is still kurner.
> The files:
> Geonumeracy (very sketchy, just started today, but is closer to what I've
> actually been teaching)
> (Python with Algebra, definitely a prototype)
> If anyone gets one or both of these hosted in a Moodle and can provide a
> guest account, I have a group in South Africa I'd like to share the guest
> login with. Then I won't need to wait for Winterhaven.
> I'm curious to see the outcome of this experiment.
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