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    moodle

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    Moodle can operate on a single stand alone computer, on a network server, or can be hosted. A user logging in as administrator has access to all aspects of the system, while individual users in the manager role can be limited in what permissions they have. Everyone logs into Moodle the same and has no special privileges until they are assigned roles by the administrator according to their user needs. A system administrator performs tasks such as authentication, creating courses and assigning instructors

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    Reflection Paper

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    and compassionate social‐profit. My roles and responsibilities have changed over the years and I have fallen in and out of love with my work, only to find my passion—Moodle—I am intrigued and excited by the potential of the open source concept and the possibility to educate and empower people everywhere. I participate in the Moodle community, supporting the project by answering questions in community forums, often learning more than I impart simply by interacting with others. Throughout these experiences

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    1. INTRODUCTION Education is a primary necessity early adulthood should be felt by the whole community. Education also the vital variable for the developing a nation. A nation could move forward compare to others countries because the spread of knowledge on the country. Knowledge developed in line with the needs and challenges for the better future. The most responsible institutions for spreading the knowledge is education institutions. Era of globalization, the requirement with the development of

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    Impacts of Technology on Digital Learning

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    Introduction Digital learning is defined as learning through digital devices such as computers, tablets, or smart phones over the Internet. It is also known by other names, such as virtual learning, online learning, e-learning, distance learning, or continuing education. Digital learning was first introduced as “Computer Assisted Learning Center” in 1982 [1]. The first online course was introduced by “Computer Assisted Learning Campus” in 1994, in which students can take courses over the web [1]

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    and Internet technology. Today, technology such as teleconferencing and computer-based learning—using media such as text, graphics, audio and computer-based programs deliver learning management systems on platforms such as Blackboard, Wimba, WebEx, Moodle and many others. Where are we going with the integration of technology in teaching and learning in the 21st century – from the classroom to the boardroom, technology is keeping us in PJ’s working from home, or on vacation — or are we just lazy or

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    Introduction As online learning and training continues to grow, there are many companies that have developed products to support asynchronous and synchronous learning within the online world. This paper is a comparison of two of these products: BlackBoard, an asynchronous technology, and Elluminate Live, a synchronous technology. In the scope of this analysis, the general aspects, the technological and pedagogical views, and the strengths and weaknesses of these two products will be examined

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    On Education and Education Technology

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    Online High School and Middle School | The Keystone School. Online High School and Middle School | The Keystone School. Retrieved April 2, 2011, from http://keystoneschoolonline.com/node/487 Romero, C. (2007). Data mining in course management systems: Moodle case study and tutorial. Córdoba, Spain. University of Córdoba. Retrieved from sci2s.ugr.es/docencia/doctoM6/Romero-Ventura-Garcia-CE.pdf

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    The Open University - OpenLearn

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    around the world. The Open University (OU) UK, which is one of the members of the OpenCourseWare Consortium, launched OpenLearn in 2006 as part of its initiative to provide free educational materials for learners worldwide. OpenLearn runs under the Moodle open-source learning management system. Similar to a real online course from a university, people can access OpenLearn on their personal computer and/or laptop. A wide range of subject areas are available for the visitors to choose and study on their

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    E-learning Table of Contents Defining asynchronous and real-time communication 3 e-learning content management systems 4 Delivery Method and Environment 5 Types of e-learning at BMSC 5 Advantages and Disadvantages of e-learning. 6 Conclusion 6 The Bamfield Marine Sciences Centre (BMSC) is an isolated marine sciences teaching and research facility that provides education to a broad group of students and brings in a large group of experts in various aspects of marine sciences as instructors

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    Introduction - Online Learning

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    1.0 Introduction Chapter 1 discusses the introduction of the background of the blended learning which are online learning and face-to-face that is use for UNIMAS Cognitive Science students in their academic study. Next, it discusses the problem statement, research question, objective of study which are divides into general objective and specific objective, also definition of terms and conceptual framework in this research. This chapter also contains the limitation and the significance of study in

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