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An Ally to Support Inclusive Learning at the University of Derby
Quick take: University of Derby wants to create a culture of inclusive practice to benefit all learners. The right technology can support that by automating a few steps along the way.
A New Era for Persons with Disabilities: An Interview with Dr. Paul Harpur
Why Migrate to Moodlerooms and What Steps to Follow?
Coffee Region, Colombia The Manuel Mejía Foundation (FMM) is a private non-profit entity founded in 1961 by Colombia’s coffee sector, with the aim of establishing agricultural education centers to train industry workers, and for the agricultural and livestock sector in…
How Keele University’s IT Services Team is Improving the Student Experience
Quick Take: By keeping systems testing to the bare minimum, Keele University deploys security fixes faster and keeps up with the latest software developments.
Moodle Dach/Moodle Devcamp 18: An Open, User-Generated Conference About the Most Popular Open-Source LMS
Zurich, Switzerland E-Learn spoke with the organizing team of Moodle DACH/Moodle DevCamp 18 to find out what event-goers can expect in the upcoming second edition. The conference brings together Moodle users, administrators, teachers, developers and pedagogues working in university environments…
The Journey to Creating an Exemplary Course
Quick Take: The Exemplary Course Program (ECP) allows Blackboard clients to examine their courses’ design, collaboration and interaction, assessment, and learner support characteristics, and to share insights with other community members through peer review.
We help facilitate a more fluid sharing of ideas, perspectives, and practices for the purpose of achieving student and institutional success.
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