This webinar is hosted in English
Martha Gold will discuss Books and Lessons - Two Compelling, Creative and Logical Ways to Present Information in Moodle
Host your course on Moodle -- an open, a user-friendly, web-based and highly accessible LMS -- and put all of your lectures on presentation software that is available only to those willing to shell out hundreds of dollars for it to be installed on one's computer.
In this presentation Martha Gold, who works in everything Moodle at a small college in Western, NY, will show how she set up a presentation and training area for instructors using Books and Lessons, two very different and very effective approaches to presentations. In addition to showing the features and different ways to set up both features, Martha will show how and why she selected books for some presentations and lessons for others.
Doctor of Education
Martha Gold has been in education for more than a decade, the last three as an avid Moodler and educational technologist with a small college in western New York. After 12 years in journalism, Martha got her Master's in education and worked for a number of years in public schools as a classroom teacher, special education and English teacher. She switched to educational technology after taking a job at Keuka College as an Instructional Support Specialist. In her current position, she trains faculty - full time, part time and adjunct - on Moodle and other education technology tools as well as helps design course pages and assessment tools. This fall, she returns to school to begin a graduate certificate in elearning and instructional design.