[HOT] HOT Community Chat - follow up
tyler.radford at hotosm.org
Wed Oct 14 15:21:43 UTC 2015
Thanks very much for your comments. The slides were very much placeholders
for a short talk that I gave and discussion that followed (they do not
capture everything). Unfortunately we do not have a recording for this
round but we will make that a priority for future calls so that those who
are unable to attend can listen in later.
Regarding your comment on Moodle - copying in Russ who is leading this
initiative so he can respond with more detail.
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On Wed, Oct 14, 2015 at 7:41 AM, Rod Bera <rod at goarem.org> wrote:
> Thank you Tyler!
> Is there something missing between slide 4 and 5? We are jumping for a
> promise of where we are to where we want to be. Is it that there isn't
> much to say about where we are? (I doubt this).
> Also, relative to training:
> access-restricted contents or even what only looks like
> access-restrected contents might be counter-productive.
> I know in Moodle when you want to assess learners or just follow their
> work you have to identify them (login/pwrd) but my experience is that
> full access without login or enrolment key leave people a chance to view
> the contents and decide whether or not they wish to carry on learning
> this way or move to some kind of tutorship (in the broad sense. You can
> put automatic quiz correction into this category).
> If our goal is to have as many people conversant with HOT stuff this
> should not be overlooked.
> On 13/10/15 22:42, Tyler Radford wrote:
> > All,
> > Thanks to those of you who were able to join the HOT Community Chat last
> > week!
> > If you couldn't attend, HOT has some exciting initiatives planned for
> > the coming months. We're looking for many types of help to make these a
> > success.
> > *Here's the presentation from last week:*
> > *Sign up here to get involved:*
> > *Tyler Radford*
> > Executive Director
> > email: tyler.radford at hotosm.org <mailto:tyler.radford at hotosm.org>
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