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I think these "tool synopses" should provide a brief overview of what the tools is and does from a curricular perspective. I imagine a faculty who had never heard of Moodle wanting to get the big picture view before we drill down into Evergreen specifics of access and policy issues. We can then provide a very visible "next step" for accessing these details.  
 
I think these "tool synopses" should provide a brief overview of what the tools is and does from a curricular perspective. I imagine a faculty who had never heard of Moodle wanting to get the big picture view before we drill down into Evergreen specifics of access and policy issues. We can then provide a very visible "next step" for accessing these details.  
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For example, the Moodle section as an overview of the tool:
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[[Image:Mlogo-126x100.gif|left|40px]]  Moodle is Evergreen's Learning Management System and provides a foundation for web-based course management. Moodle supports structured course-work with tools including discussion forums, assignments, quizzes, peer assessment and many more. Moodle at Evergreen is password protected and requires enrollment in a course or program before access to the site is available. '''[[Moodle Guide|Learn more...]]'''
  
 
[[User:Greenea|Greenea]] 14:26, 28 November 2012 (PST)
 
[[User:Greenea|Greenea]] 14:26, 28 November 2012 (PST)

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I think these "tool synopses" should provide a brief overview of what the tools is and does from a curricular perspective. I imagine a faculty who had never heard of Moodle wanting to get the big picture view before we drill down into Evergreen specifics of access and policy issues. We can then provide a very visible "next step" for accessing these details.

For example, the Moodle section as an overview of the tool:


Mlogo-126x100.gif
Moodle is Evergreen's Learning Management System and provides a foundation for web-based course management. Moodle supports structured course-work with tools including discussion forums, assignments, quizzes, peer assessment and many more. Moodle at Evergreen is password protected and requires enrollment in a course or program before access to the site is available. Learn more...

Greenea 14:26, 28 November 2012 (PST)