Lawrence started using the open source learning management system, Moodle, in 2004. Instructors primarily use Moodle to make materials available to students outside of class. Moodle can also be used to collect assignments, deliver quizzes, and host discussion forums. There are a number of advanced features available in Moodle as well. Contact Arno Damerow for more information.
Online Audio/Video Recorder
Did you know that you or your students can now record audio (and video!) directly to Moodle? On the text editing toolbar, you'll find a microphone and a video camera icon that you can use anywhere in Moodle. This can be particularly useful if you want your students to submit an audio or video recording as an assignment.
Badges in Moodle are a good way of acknowledging student achievement. Badges may be awarded based on a variety of chosen criteria and are compatible with Mozilla Open Badges. Badges created in Moodle may be displayed on a user's profile or pushed to their Open Badges backpack. More...