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[T.E.L.L March] Designing a Multi-device Moodle Course Site: A Case Study

Title: Designing a Multi-device Moodle Course Site: A Case Study
When: 12 Noon (PST) Tuesday, March 25th, 2014
Where: T.E.L.L. sessions are held in the ETUG Blackboard Collaborate Room
Who: Paul Hibbitts




As principal of Hibbitts Design (est. 1998), Paul has provided custom-tailored user experience consultation, interaction design, and training services to companies and organizations ranging from SAP BusinessObjects to VanCity Saving Credit Union to The University of British Columbia. He helps teams with hands-on design and with coaching to improve user experiences for a range of contexts, including mobile devices, the Web, and desktop applications.


Session Description:

Regardless of the device ― smartphone, desktop, tablet ―today’s networked learners deserve an exceptional user experience. Based on his first-hand experience of creating multi-device course companions for both his university (SFU) and continuing studies (UBC) courses, Paul will guide you through his key design considerations. During the session he will also provide an “under-the-hood” look at his most recent effort, a multi-device Moodle 2.6.1 implementation for his course on designing multi-device learning experiences at UBC.

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