Moodle and the 3E Framework

From Technology Enhanced Learning by Daniel Mackley
URL: http://blog.yorksj.ac.uk/moodle/2015/05/11/moodle-and-the-3e-framework/

Moodle and the 3E Framework

From Monday 11th May until Thursday 14th May I’ll be in Dublin for MoodleMoot 2015.

This year I have submitted our ‘Moodle and the 3E Framework’ as a poster presentation for the conference:

The poster provides some ideas about how you might meaningfully incorporate the use of some of Moodle’s activities into the 3E element of the TEL Quality Framework.

To accompany the poster I have created a short video explaining the background and rationale behind it, which is linked to via a QR Code in the top-right corner, which means anyone viewing he poster can find out more even when I’m not there to explain in person:

You can follow the MoodleMoot event using the #MootieUK15 hashtag on Twitter:

If you would like any help, information, or advice about how you might meaningfully incorporate the use of some of Moodle’s activities into the 3E element of the TEL Quality Framework, then please contact TEL@yorksj.ac.uk.

Daniel Mackley

Daniel’s role is to identify staff learning needs and strategically design, deliver and evaluate development interventions related to the effective use of current and emerging Technology Enhanced Learning tools in Higher Education. Working to the Learning & Teaching Development annual objectives and the TEL quality framework, he pro-actively supports and develops staff in their use of technology to enhance the student learning experience. Daniel is also the lead for the teams iPad Project.

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