Mar 7, 2011

"how to" tutorials for moodle

These Tutorials are from  ThemZa`s . If you want to educate yourself more on what you can do with your Moodle website and our Moodle templates, watch these tutorials :

Dokeos 2.0 is released

Dokeos is the Open Source alternative for Enterprise Learning Management, Administration and Education around the world
Dokeos is an open source learning suite freely available for download without any kind of limitation.
Dokeos 2.0 is the new release. It is thoroughly redesigned and adapted to the recent evolution of technologies and their uses: mindmapping integration in learning processes, scenario tools for training modules, management of social networks for a collaborative learning, touchscreen interface
adapted for mobile media (smartphones, tablets, iPad ...).

  • Dokeos – Open Source, will always be free of charge

  • Dokeos PRO – Open Source with commercial support and extended features

  • The Insider’s Guide to Effective Digital Communications

    It is from academyinternet.
    As training departments seek new and more effective ways to engage audiences,  boundaries between digital learning and digital communications are blurring. Find out in this guide how you can employ digital communications to engage your audience – whether internal or external – with your message and to catalyse action!  

    Here is the link for the giude :

    Moodle, Joomla, WordPress, Mambo, Drupal and 4images themes is a website from where you can download web templates for free. It aims at offering a maximum variety of themes for the most popular PHP scripts like Joomla 1.5, Joomla 1.0, Drupal, Moodle & Mambo (CMS); WordPress (blog); 4images (picture gallery) and others. The web design work we did on the free templates answers all the requirements of the respective online software and its individual design theme integration manuals

    Moodle 2

    Moodle is a Course Management System (CMS), also known as a Learning Management System (LMS) or a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). It helps educators who want to create quality online courses. The software is used all over the world by universities, schools, companies and independent teachers. Moodle is open source and completely free to use.
    There are currently a total of 86 Moodle language packs .

    It is a great software.


    Convert PowerPoint files to SCORM Compliant rich multimedia Presentations

    It is an easy to use presentation creation tool that works as a toolbar inside
    Microsoft PowerPoint and helps you create rich multimedia SCORM compliant
    content for sharing across platforms.

    There is a nother version : authorPOINTTM Lite  which is free :

    Here is a cmparison between them :

    Jing is free software

    Jing is free software that adds visuals to your online conversations.
    Jing is the always-ready program that instantly captures and shares images and video…from your computer to anywhere.

    It is good, fast and  free software

    The Insider’s Guide to Authoring Digital Learning

    It is from academyinternet.

    If you’re already using or about to start using an authoring tool to create digital learning in-house, how do you make the most of it to create digital materials that engage the learners and achieve your aims? Find out the tricks of the trade in this new insider’s guide from Academy Internet. 

    Here is the link for the giude :

    Learning Technology Manager Salary Survey 2010

    I foud this report  at ALT Open Access Repository

    The salary survey was conducted from 16 to 23 September 2010 with the support of the Association for Learning Technology (ALT) by ALT member, Dr. Rich Ranker, at Lancaster University. The purpose of the survey was to determine: 1) The salary ranges of those who report themselves to be managers of learning technology organisations in HE and FE in the UK; and 2) The factors affecting the salary of LT Managers. The survey was initially constructed by the author but, upon consultation, modified, implemented in the web-based survey tool Survey Monkey, and distributed by ALT, with ALT’s assurance that it would protect the identity of the participants. A copy of the request for participation was also distributed by the Heads of eLearning Forum (HeLF). The target population was managers of learning technology units in FE and HE institutions in the UK. The survey consisted of 12 questions and received a total of 75 responses.

    Here is the link :

    An Hour with Elliott Masie

    It is a recoeded webinar .
     Elliott Masie is an internationally recognised futurist, analyst, researcher and organiser on the critical topics of workforce learning, business collaboration and emerging technologies. He is the editor of Learning TRENDS by Elliott Masie, an Internet newsletter read by over 52,000 business executives worldwide, and a regular columnist in professional publications. He is the author of a dozen books, and the convener of Learning 2009, to be held this year on November 8-11 in Orlando.

    Have a Good Time.

    Insider's Guide to Converting Traditional to Digital

    It is from academyinternet
    Thinking about how converting your traditional training courses to digital versions can save your organisation time, effort and money? Wondering how you can create digital materials that wow the learners and have the seal of approval from your trainers?Find out in this guide how it’s all possible..

    Here is the link for the giude :

    Insider's Guide to e-Induction

       It is from academyinternet
    If you’re thinking about what value an e-induction could bring to your organisation, what cost savings you might make, how an e-induction might fit in with your existing programme or even what an e-learning development process looks like, this guide will give you a great head start. 

    Here is the link for the giude :

    Interview with Tom Kuhlmann

    Clive Shepherd from elearningnetwork  interviewed Tom Kuhlmann, author of the Rapid E-Learning Blog.
    He is the VP of Community at Articulateand and the outher of The Insider's Guide To Becoming A Rapid E-Learning Pro .

    This interview is very inreresting . Tom gives a good look at Rapid E-Learning .

    Here is the link for the Interview :

    Good time.