This article is a two-part series by Mary Cooch. This article is about what the students can give back to us and reaches into the heart of Moodle. It combines classroom tasks with Moodle activities, in a mini-project to plan and design a riverside campsite that will get our students to think and collaborate.
In this article, we shall encourage our students to join in by:
- Allowing them to discuss the considerations in choosing the location of this campsite in a safe, moderated forum
- Giving them an out-of-school hours chatroom in which they can plan their site
- Asking them to suggest creative names for the site and entering these names in a class glossary
- Providing a space (in a database) to send in their designs for the teacher to assess and their classmates to view.
Read Interacting with the Students using Moodle 1.9 (part 1) in full
In the previous part of the article, we had a look at the Report Builder overview and described the Report Builder 2.0 interface. In this part by Jayaram Krishnaswamy, we will discuss about Enabling and reviewing My Reports, and will see how to Modify a basic report.Read Working with the Report Builder in Microsoft SQL Server 2008: Part 2 in full
In this article by William Rice, we will learn about Categories, Products, and Attributes in Magento.
The combination of products, presentation, and service makes our store unique. In this part, we will see how to add products to our store. Before adding products, we need to make some decisions about how we will organize our site. A few minutes of planning now can save us hours of work later.Read Categories and Attributes in Magento: Part 1 in full
In this tutorial by Michael Badger, we fill in the step-by-step details required to get a functioning Zenoss system. We identify dependencies, review installation options, and take a look at server setup.Read Installing Zenoss in full
In this article by Paul Browne, we're going to read about the Guvnor rule editor, and use it to write some more sophisticated rules. In particular, we're going to:
- Show how to put information into and out of our rules
- Build a fact model to hold this information
- Import our newly built model into Guvnor
- Create guided rules using this fact model
- Run and test our new fact-based rules