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Moodle Workshop - March 22nd at Hokusei University
by Don Hinkelman - Tuesday, 20 March 2007, 10:18 AM
 
Dear Englishforum Members,

This Thursday is a Moodle Workshop for Hokkaido-area teachers.  Please join if you are free.  See information below.  Apologies if you already received this announcement. 

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Moodle Workshop:
How to Make Interactive Classroom Websites
Hokusei Gakuen University, A-kan, 2F
March 22, 2007, 10am-4pm
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Beginners Workshop:   10:00am -- 2:00pm  
    ** make a course page,               
    ** adding handouts/announcements       
    ** making surveys and discussion forums
    ** setting up a server
    ** Beginning teachers will be offered a free course site for one year or more.

Advanced Workshop:   10:00am -- 2:00pm 
    ** combining Skype & Moodle,
    ** voice forums with audacity
    ** “book” module
    **  split screen media quiz
    **  TOEFL/TOEIC-style question-making
    **  Powerpoint & Moodle’s project-based learning

Classroom Case Studies:  2:00-4:00pm
    ** Hokkaido-area teachers demonstrating they use Moodle with their classes

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Participants:  All teachers welcome.  No pre-registration required.
Cost:  500 yen for coffee, snacks & materials
Information:  Please contact Bob Gettings: bgettings at mac.com or 891-2731
Map & Access: http://www.hokusei.ac.jp/en/support/access/
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Also please note the Help Forum for advice in setting up a interactive website here in Hokkaido.  And Eric Hagley has produced several tutorials on using Audacity and CPanel.

With best regards,
Don Hinkelman

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