AAEEBL 2014 Conference Recap

Last week, I presented at the Association for Authentic, Experiential and Evidence-Based Learning conference in Boston. Essentially, this is the ePortfolio conference. I attended several interesting sessions, from a range of conference tracks – from Digital Storytelling, to Learning-Oriented Assessment to Multimodal Assessment. The sessions I attended didn’t dwell the “nuts-and-bolts” of the educational technology […]

Under Construction

A lot is changing in the Educational Technology group this summer: We’ve added a new instructional technologist, Cheryl Cape, who comes to us from many years at the University of Findlay, in Ohio. Relatedly, we’ve re-organized the instructional technologists in a more discipline-friendly way: Cheryl will handle the physical and natural sciences; Sue Denning the […]

Adding an Activity

To add an activity or resource, first turn editing on using the button in the top right hand corner or in the bottom left under “Course Administration.” There are numerous interactive activity modules that you can add to a course section using the “+Add an activity or resource” button, located in the bottom right of […]

Adding a Resource

A resource is a digital item, such as a file or a link, that a teacher can use to support learning and assessment.  A wide range of resource types are supported in Moodle, and are shown in the figure to the right.  Resources are added to a course section during an editing session using the”+Add […]