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Jill Lyall Jill Lyall

Re-working of the ANU Medical School course sites - the pain, the process and the fix.

Content Type: LMS Case Studies and Research

Language: English

Description of Presentation

The Australian National University Medical School had been receiving some feedback about their Moodle course sites from both staff and students, indicating that users were having some difficulty navigating the sites and accessing resources.   Medical School staff approached the ANU Online team to assist with a review of their Moodle courses with a view to identifying the problems and providing recommendations for improvement.  This presentation shares the experience of the educational design team in collaborating with academics and administration staff to pinpoint the problems and come up with recommendations for improvement.

This presentation describes the problem, our process, the results, and some interim fixes to improve navigation and user experience.  

In addition to sharing reflections on the educational design process, we will highlight the particular dilemmas of medical school education, how we tried to leverage features and tools in Moodle to mitigate the worst problems as an interim measure, the institutional and LMS constraints, and how these impact on learning design.

Added: Friday, 5 May 2017, 11:28 AM
Last Modified: Friday, 5 May 2017, 11:32 AM