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25th September 2007, 11:37 AM #1
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Minimum standards and quality for moodle content/information
Does anyone use or know of a minimum standards specification for the information that should be available for each course or module on a VLE and that perhaps covers the quality of the information provided?
I was at a conference recently and overheard someone talking about introducing one at their college. We are now having problems with tutors uploading assignments that haven't been through an IV process and I need to implement a system that each tutor can work through when uploading content and setting out courses.
25th September 2007, 05:34 PM #2
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This would be like having minimum standards for worksheets! A school or college can try to impose a standard but it would be very difficult to police. Far more critical is the copyright (or not) on the materials if teachers are going to start sharing their courses.
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