Webinars

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Webinar: Understanding Cognitive Load Theory for Better Online Course Design
Fundamental decisions about online course design can be daunting, but a basic understanding of Cognitive Load Theory (CLT) - that is, the way our learners process information - can help...
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Webinar: Using augmented reality in the classroom
Learn how to prepare, manage and deliver interactive 3D lessons to students using Augmented Reality. In this 45 min AR workshop, you will learn the why, what, and how behind...
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What is the Moodle Educator Certificate?
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Webinar: Reflections on the Moodle Educator Certification
MEC stands for the Moodle Educator Certification, the international certificate on teaching with Moodle, offered exclusively by Moodle Certified Providers and Moodle HQ. Want to learn more about the MEC?...
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Webinar: Choosing the right Moodle tools for the task
Deciding which of many Moodle tools to use is a common challenge for online educators. Understanding the larger goal for your course, evaluating how learners should demonstrate proof of mastery...
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Webinar: Accessible design with the learner in mind
Accessible online course design benefits all students. However, accessibility is often an afterthought in online course design. If you’ve experienced the pain of having to revise your course content for...
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Webinar: Significant Learning Experiences in Moodle
What defines a “significant learning experience” for you and your learners? How can Moodle tools be utilized to create significant online learning experiences for all? In this interactive session, we...
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Webinar: Moodle gradebook essentials for everyone
Moodle Gradebook is a powerful, flexible, accurate grade management system. With its natural aggregation system, teachers can leverage sum-of-points, percentage-category, and other grading strategies independently or simultaneously. This webinar will...
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