SCORMs Xerte (interactive content) Birchfield Games You can also buy subject specific SCORM packages
Xerte Xerte Online Toolkit is a free Open Source tool developed by the Information Services team at the University of Nottingham which enables staff with limited technical skills to create interactive learning content. You can access the Xerte toolkit at http://moodle.leggott.ac.uk/xertehttp://moodle.leggott.ac.uk/xerte
Xerte It can be used: To create online lessons To support distance learning It has a range of accessibility benefits (colour and font change, text to speech) built into it.
Xerte Click the link below for an example of a Xerte resource http://moodle.leggott.ac.uk/mod/scorm/view.php?id=22759
Create new project Give the project a name http://moodle.leggott.ac.uk/xerte
The project will appear in the workspace list. Click edit
Xerte Page Types Text Pages: Title Page Bullets Orientation (paragraphs are separated by the preset headings of Goals, Target Audience, Pre-requisites, and How to use.) Plain Text Summary (Paragraphs are separated by preset headings of Summary and Next Steps)
Xerte Page Types Interactive Pages: Stimulating question Multiple Choice Question Hotspot Image (explanatory text when click on certain spots on an image) Annotated Diagram Timeline / Matching Pairs Gap Fill Drag and Drop Labelling
Xerte Page Types Media: Graphics and Sound Drawing Video Audio Slideshow Image Viewer Gap Fill Drag and Drop Labelling
Birchfield Games A fun way to reinforce learning Available for 19 curriculum subjects Each VLE Games Pack is preloaded with hundreds of editable questions 12 interactive games to choose from Upload to Moodle as a SCORM package
Select VLE Games Manager from your ‘Start’ page and login
You may already have some VLE content in your department which can be uploaded to Moodle!
Wikis The Wiki activity enables participants to add and edit a collection of web pages. A wiki can be collaborative, with everyone being able to edit it, or individual, where everyone has their own Wikis have many uses, such as: For group notes or study guides For students to collaboratively author an online book As a personal journal for examination notes or revision (using an individual wiki)