Archive for August, 2014

Professor Dwight Stoll Earning Accolades for Solving Chemical Puzzles

If you’re part of the Gustavus community and you don’t know who Professor of Chemistry Dwight Stoll is, you should acclimate yourself with his work—because the scientific community, and specifically those interested in separation science, are starting to take note.

Moodle Mania this Friday!

Moodle Mania this Friday, August 29, 2014 from 1:30-4:30pm in the Olin Technology Classroom (OTC)! Need help importing resources from an older course? Maybe just a refresher on how to add an activity or resource? Or maybe you’ve never used Moodle before? Come on over to the OTC and we’ll be happy to help! If you […]

TTT: All Things Moodle

Don’t miss the first Teachers Talking Technology (TTT) sponsored by the John S. Kendall Center for Engaged Learning. The topic is “All Things Moodle.” A great opportunity to find out how other faculty are using Moodle, share your experiences, and review the basics of getting your course ready for the semester. Two identical programs run at […]

Need a meta course in Moodle?

Q: What IS a meta course anyway? A: A meta course is a single course that is created from multiple courses. For example, if you teach two sections of an identical course – and don’t want to maintain two separate courses in Moodle – we can create a meta course that combines the two sections […]