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Heinz Krettek's profile picture
Posts: 480

08 April 2009, 12:33 PM

Hi Penny,

I am convinced you understand all of my wrinting  Cool

I showed the teachers two of the three big "M", I hope to finish the wanted paragraphs about moodle in school tommorow.

Liebe Grüße Heinz

Tim Molnar's profile picture
Posts: 42

10 July 2009, 12:03 PM

Loved the instructional video Heinz.

What software did you use to create that?

Very good general overview, just the right timing for understanding, at least for me.


Heinz Krettek's profile picture
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10 July 2009, 1:20 PM

Hi Tim,

thanks for compliment :-D

Which video do you mean? I used a youTube video?

cheers Heinz

Tim Molnar's profile picture
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10 July 2009, 2:13 PM




good stuff anyway... 

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Perry's profile picture
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08 April 2009, 6:31 PM

Hi  Nigel

Scot Aldred  of the Central Queensland University (mahara member) has located his GDLT (Graduate Diploma of Leaning and Teaching) students on mahara as a project on e-portfolio and ICT's.

This would give you a large cross-sample and section for your case studies as many of the members on this sire will apply to QLD Education for ICT approval.

Perhaps if you contact Scot he will be able to allow you to on-view the project and this will assist your case studies.

Just a thought


Perry  Smile

Nigel's profile picture
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08 April 2009, 7:43 PM

Thanks Perry - I have contacted him Smile

09 April 2009, 4:47 PM

I put this in the wrong forum.

Here goes again.

I'm teaching how to use mahara on moodle.

Here's my link



Mahara is on

 Same username and password. Hope it's of use.









Nigel's profile picture
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11 April 2009, 10:13 PM

Interesting - thanks for that! Smile It certainly would be useful to see some open courseware about using Mahara around the place...

14 April 2009, 4:01 AM

Hi Nigel et al

Here at Ayr College in Scotland we rolled out Mahara this academic year as part of out Personal Learning and Development courses to all non-advanced students.  This is approximately 1200 full-time, mainstream students.  

Initial  feedback is good - I'll work on creating a view as soon as I find a space in my work schedule! Wink