Bernie Goldbach in Santry | 190 words
AFTER LISTENING TO SPEAKERS AT THE 2012 Moodle Moot near Dublin, I'm motivated to create some dynamic learning objects that I believe will be worth sharing before the year is out.
I've made a short Audioboo to capture my thoughts following a presentation by Martin Dougiamas. I like the way Moodle helps shape a Personal Learning Environment and I also believe the most personalised environment is the one that you can carry offline in your pocket or purse. That's not the way many Moodle installations are set up. However, it's something I want to explore in the semesters ahead.
Dougiamas shared parts of the Moodle roadmap, much of which I tagged #mootieuk12 in Pinboard. There are some very potent ideas under the category of "integration" including portfolios, external repositories, work from the Equella team, OAuth 2.0 and the use of the Open Badge.
Based on the applause I've heard, the most-acclaimed item from the early running of Mootieuk12 is the file picker drag-and-drop facility.
My Pocket Media Recap of Moodlemoot on Audioboo, April 3, 2012.
Bonus Link: The ICT in Education Conference, LIT-Thurles, May 19, 2012.