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I believe online learning should be free and available worldwide. If you feel the same, join me at Integrating Technology where you can learn and create your own online courses using Moodle course management system (CMS). Free Moodle training and professional development courses will be offered free of charge to teachers who wish to provide free learning for others. The professional development and training will be done asynchronously via Moodle and synchronously via WiZiQ, a free real time online classroom.

I would appreciate your thoughts on providing free online learning via Moodle.

Thank you

Dr. Nellie Deutsch

Nelliemuller (talk)23:57, 25 May 2008

Hi Nellie, I've been following you since [] and your website [Integrating Technology]. I surely agree that online learning should be free and available worldwide. At my school, in Portugal, we are starting a [Moodle] platform to implement e-learning for all students in every subject matter; each classroom has been provided with a screen, a projector and a spot of wireless internet will cover the whole area of the school. We have been given some lessons about dealing with [Moodle] - version 1.8 - and the young students were very enthusiastic about it in their first trials: a special room where students were empowered as administrators has been settled for my young students - 10 to 12 years old. During this school year, we have also tried to set up a [pbwiki], but I know so litle about wikis that I would like to follow the workshop starting the 28 July. We have been also using [tiddly wiki], wich is very handy as it may be carried in a pen and allows working off line. I'm looking for a wiki that is similar to tiddly wiki and that students under 13 may use according to the law. I've been also looking among semantic wikis; I would be very grateful if you give me your advice on this matter. I will go on looking for your training lessons with web2.0 tools; I would love to learn to use voice thread, podcasts and collaborative video with my young students. I have been supported and encouraged by my learning community at []where I'm starting a blog. I also apologize for my poor writing in your beautiful language. Thank you so much for listening to me. Ines

Inpi (talk)12:31, 19 July 2008