This document presents options for open source software for use in the education sector. Some of these may have uses outside of education, but they are presented here in the context of their specific benefits to educational establishments, or their use in the course of teaching and learning. Continue reading “Open source in Eduction”
It’s almost the beginning of a new semester and you need to prepare for it. If you use Moodle you can import your course either on the same system or separate system. Here is a tip on how to use “Backup” and “Restore”. Continue reading “Moodle: Backup and Restore Course”
When we talk about “Open source”, it usually means open source software. Though it began with the software, now it has become a spirit; paradigm for an effective way of doing things. Wikinomics explains this concept very appropriately. The following summary and video tell us why we are now being benefitted by the awesome open source software. And I am honored to introduce the inheritances of the spirit. Continue reading “Understanding open source paradigm”
Interesting way to use Google Forms in 79 ways. Continue reading “Using Google Form”
PSY’s”Gangnam Style” is ranked as the top honor in music charts universally. It draws many attentions from all around the world. Frankly speaking, he is not my style though.
I think it needs the educator’s analysis. Maybe we can use the facts of popularity on education. My analysis is two points; un-expectation and familiarity. Continue reading “‘Gangnam Style’ of PSY”