Designing for the Eye - Moodle course for teachers!

Take your Moodle course development to the next level. Discover resource and lesson building by looking thru the lens of a graphic designer. Build awesome Moodle books using well thought out chapter templates. Learn how to use bootstrap without the frustrations.

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Design course announcement
by Administrator iCampus21 - Sunday, 23 September 2018, 9:09 AM

This note is giving you advance notice of our upcoming professional development course for teachers.
Topics covered will be:
1) Making design choices for the eye. Learn about fonds, color choices and layout. Graphic designer Stacey Milne from Regina will lead several sessions. 
2) Applying design...
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ReadAloud software testing participants required
by Administrator iCampus21 - Sunday, 9 September 2018, 7:03 AM

Here is a unique opportunity to help with the development of a great learning tool for students.

The makers of the ReadAloud activity in Moodle have asked us to help with testing the next generation of their software before it becomes available for general distribution. 

ReadAloud is a Moodle ...

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Moodle Mobile App
by Administrator iCampus21 - Sunday, 9 September 2018, 6:49 AM

Did you know that Moodle comes with a free app that works on most phones and tablets? The free app keeps getting better and better so I made a quick screen cast using my phone. I uploaded the video to my Google drive and you could watch it by clicking this link: 
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