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Moodle 1.9 Multimedia By Joao Pedro Soares Fernandes
Publisher: P-Pu Limited 2009 | 325 Pages | ISBN: 1847195903 | PDF | 15.3 MB
Create and share multimedia learning materials in your Moodle courses.
Ideas and best practices for teachers and trainers on using multimedia effectively in Moodle
Ample screenshots and clear explanations to facilitate learning
Covers working with TeacherTube, embedding interactive Flash games, podcasting, and more
Create instructional materials and design students' activities around multimedia
A step-by-step approach where the reader is taken through examples
In today's world, multimedia can provide a more engaging experience for learners. You can embed your own audio, link to pages off-site, or pull a YouTube video into your course. You can use feature-rich quizzes that allow you to assess your students, or provide them with tools and feedback to test their own knowledge. All these require standard procedures and cutting-edge tools.
Selecting tools to make multimedia integration in Moodle faster, simpler, and more precise is not child's play.
This book provides you with everything you need to include sound, video, animation, and more in your Moodle courses. You'll develop Moodle courses that you are proud of, and that your students enjoy.
This book covers integration of multimedia into Moodle, covering major multimedia elements such as images, audio, and video. It will take you through these elements in detail where you will learn how to create, edit, and integrate these elements into Moodle. The book is written around the design of an online course called "Music for Everyday Life" using Moodle, where teachers and students create, share, and discuss multimedia elements. You will also learn how to use Web 2.0 tools to create images, audio, and video and then we will take a look at the web applications that allow easy creation, collaboration, and sharing of multimedia elements. Finally, you will learn how to interact with students in real-time using a particular online phone service and a desktop sharing application.
What you will learn from this book?
Create and edit images, drawings, screenshots, sound, and music and integrate them into Moodle
Learn the basic procedures to create videos with simple equipment for course delivery
Download and publish videos from online video-sharing services
Convert between several video formats and integrate them into Moodle
Create multimedia elements such as interactive floor planners, online maps, and timelines using Web 2.0 tools and blend them with Moodle
Integrate multimedia elements in quizzes and lessons to make learning more interactive and fun
Create interactive exercises that can be assessed using software such as Hot Potatoes and JClic
Interact with students in real-time using a particular online phone service and a desktop sharing application
The book is written in a tutorial style where you work through examples that describe how you can create multimedia applications using Moodle and integrate your existing multimedia resources into your Moodle course. It also tells you how to use multimedia effectively giving ideas and best practices.
Who this book is written for?
The book is primarily aimed at teachers and trainers who run professional courses and have experience in the use of Moodle. At the same time, it is not necessary to have an advanced technical background to create multimedia elements, as the tasks will be simple and as little time consuming as possible, relevant to everyday use.
About the Author
Joo Fernandes is a science teacher from Portugal who has been working on Moodle since 2004. He has been involved in several Moodle initiatives at school, university, and at government levels, as a teacher, trainer, course and content developer, manager, consultant, designer, and researcher.
Joo is now living in London, pursuing a PhD in Science Education at King's College London and working on several projects on ICT in education. His main interests range from education to multimedia, the Web, participation, democracy, and human development.
In a single year he can be seen in several corners of the earth, either working, visiting schools, hiking, or taking photos in mostly non-touristic venues. He also loves music, old cheap cars, cooking, and spending his time in Nature.
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