Announcing the Eumetcal Moodle online course
Did you know that you can organize your own courses using the tools Eumetcal puts at disposal of member states? One of these is Moodle, a tool that allows you to organize the content of your courses and assist students and instructors involved in it, especially in e-learning activities.
DO NOT MISS THIS UNIQUE CHANCE TO IMPROVE YOUR SKILLS IN MOODLE!
The Eumetcal Moodle online course will take place 8 -11 February 2010. The course will be the first offered by Eumetcal on this topic and will be run completely online.
The course is structured in the following way:
two 1-hour online lessons per each day at 09 UTC and 13 UTC (exception Thurs 11 Feb: only 13 UTC)
two offline assignments to be carried out between the two online sessions of 9 and 10 Feb, respectively, and a third one in the morning of 11 Feb prior to the last session of the course. Each assignment requires about two hours of work.
The course requires in total about 13 hours working time.
What is Moodle
In case you wish to see concrete examples of courses based on Moodle and taste how it will allow you to improve your skills in creating and organizing distance or residence training activities, please have a glance at the following course platforms
Flash workshop: example of the use of Moodle as support to a residence training course
Eumetcal Satellite course: example of the use of Moodle for creating the virtual environment for the distance phase of the blended course
The course is open to applicants from member states only.
Application process CLOSED
Students selected and notified on February 2nd, 2010.
Maximum amount of students allowed: 12 (preferably not more than one from the same affiliation)
There is no fee for participating in the course
For detailed information see the attached Announcement (pdf file) and feel free to contact the Eumetcal Training Support Officer Alessandro Chiariello (Alessandro.chiariello(at)fmi.fi)