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Moodle Implementation Strategy by Mind Map: Moodle Implementation
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Moodle Implementation Strategy

Core strategies for supporting the roll-out of Moodle at Unitec. Alignment with the Unitec eLearning Strategy, and a social constructivist paradigmn.  

2. Elearning Reps from Each Department

These reps will work hands on with the TPA team and will facilitate the needs for their department through the various support options provided (IT, Online and individual Moodle installs)

First port of call for Department development requests, and Staff users issues

Create user accounts

Students Acc when needed

Staff accounts

Help with Dept Staff Moodle issues

Upskilling of these reps so it frees TPA staff from basic setup, enrolment, and functional use issues that typically absorb support time

Moodle Category (Department Level) Admins

3. Moodle build on Lecturers Laptops and Desktops

staff can design course on their machines anywhere, anytime

Self-help Moodle training - staff can experiment

also advocates independence and builds user confidence

Includes Unitec template, example courses, and How to screencasts

4. Online

How to videos

Online training 4 advance users

leads to Virtual CoP

1. Departmental Plan on use of Moodle

This will help us identify the departments that are prepared hence we can start working with them and set priorities.

Buy-in frm Dep and staff

Justification

requirements

# of staff

Scope of the project

This will help TPA prioritise the requests

timeline

outcomes (eg. fully integrates course/sharing best practice/conference outputs)

expectations frm TPA

5. IT helpdesk

'General Admins', first port of call for:

Student issues

Staff login issues

Creating course shells

Te Puno Ako eTeam

Core Technological and Pedagogical strategy and support, Moodle System Admins

Facilitate M.U.G (Moodle Users Group) Dept Reps

System Testing, upgrades, and functional additions

Develop Moodle self-install

Template customisation, in conjunction with web developers

Communicate and coordinate level of support and points of contact available

Extend Moodle capability by integrating open source tools e.g. EXE, LAMS, Mahara, ELGG etc...

Faculty and Department liasion and evangelists

Investigate Moodle Networking

Develop partnerships with other Metro Polytechnic Moodle teams - share ideas and expertise

Align Moodle use with wider e and mLearning strategies/projects

Pedagogical and developmental consultation

Unitec IT Sevices

Hardware provision and support

Integration with People Soft and single sign on

Support for software issues

Close liasion with TPA eTeam

6. eLDA's

Work closely with the eLCC's

Work closely with TPA staff

Help setup a sustainable CoP for each Department around eLearning

Help setup and deliver training for staff as needed with the eLCC's

Initiate departmental plan for using Moodle

Over see the administration of the eLearning Matrix in conjunction with TPA staff

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