I am developing a new supervisor orientation course to be put out on Moodle.
Currently we use Moodle 3.0, PowerPoint 2013, and Articulate Studio 13.
So here is what I want to do. I want to create a discussion forum for the learners. There will be several that I want them to use, but I will specify for this. The discussion will be supervisory notes when interacting with employees. So I want the learners to post a sample of notes that they would take on a specific issue, then have then review and comment on others notes on the forum.
The problem is that when I embed as an object in the PowerPoint slide, the entire Moodle page is displayed.
This is what is seen when you are on the discussion forum.
This is a test of the forum in a presentation. Notice how the entire page is displayed. I just want the supervisory forum pane displayed.
Is there a way to only display the pane with the discussion forum?
Hello Scott. Could I ask why you want the forums to be embedded in Articulate Studio? I am just thinking the navigation might be easier if you simply had them in the course. Is it that your whole course is an Articulate SCORM package? What are the specific advantages of the Articulate 2013 software over Moodle activities (such as the Lesson activity) I haven't used it so I am interested to know; my experience with orientation courses is with the Lesson activity. Or is it that because it uses Powerpoint, it is easier to do?
So the way I am doing the presentation, there are questions posed to the learners during the course. I didn't want to make them minimize the presentation to answer the discussion question. Think of a face-to-face course where the trainer asks a question then the people discuss it. That is the feel I was going for, but keeping it all within the presentation itself. I don't know if there is any particular advantage, of Articulate over the Moodle Activities, but since the presentation is done with PowerPoint/Articulate, and I want the interaction from the learners, I thought this would be a good way to get them involved in a discussion while in the course.