Thursday, August 21, 2008

University of Canberra moves to Moodle

Allan Christie from Netspot sent me a copy of their "Moodle & Sakai News for Enterprise-Level Education", which has a few interesting items on Australian universities working with e-learning products. They point out that University of Canberra has decided to replace Web CT with Moodle. and USQ is using Wimba with Moodle.

Replacing Web CT with Moodle is a sensible move, but a difficult one (apart from the technical changes, Moodle looks less glossy than Web CT). I am not sure how much integration would be needed, or possible between Wimba and Moodle, as
Wimba is a real time audio, video application and Moodle is a mostly text based stored message sort of application. Apart from just having a hypertext link to start up Wimba from within Moodle, I am not sure what other integration would be needed, or possible.

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Blogger steve said...

hi Tom,
readers of your blog can visit to learn more about the Moodle module for Wimba. There's a recorded demo via this link. NetSpot as a Moodle partner works with Wimba to maintain the integration and would be happy to support any organisation seeking to investigate the possibility.
Kind Regards,
Steve Watt

August 26, 2008 3:59 PM  

Blogger James Neill said...

Hi Tom, the Wimba link in your post is broken.

August 31, 2008 6:49 AM  

Blogger Tom Worthington said...

James Neill said August 31, 2008 6:49 AM:

Hi Tom, the Wimba link in your post is broken.

Sorry, fixed now: Wimba.

September 01, 2008 4:56 PM  

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