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We offer a course for faculty to help them integrate technology into their courses. Our course management system is Moodle, so many of the activities are Moodle-centric. However, the approach we took was broader, basing the course on Chickering and Gameson's Seven Principles, and looking at technologies to support learning.
The final section Development guide assumes that participants are actually developing Moodle activities either as practice in a sandbox-course or in an actual course that will ultimately be accessed by students. http://www.wikieducator.org/User:Vtaylor/Technology_Supported_Learning#Development_guide
As the context specific help in Moodle is very thorough, the workshop guides participants through specific tasks associated with course development. It provides a forum (in Moodle, of course) for discussion of questions, both technical Moodle-specific as well as broader pedagogical questions relating to technology-supported learning.
Perhaps, this is the end of a series that starts with "What is a course management system?" and Moodle basics.
--Vtaylor 14:45, 8 December 2008 (UTC)