Hi everyone, you may be interested in what we got up to during the MoodleNet design sprint this week!
MoodleNet design sprint: prototype overview
Everything looks good. How do I create a filter so that I only see Creative Commons licensed full courses?
More advanced things will be post-MVP. But that's a useful suggestion, thanks!
Thanks for posting a walk through of the protoype - great to see the idea looking more tangible.
Here are some rambling thought and queries that come to my mind:
It strikes me that having a companion a browser widget (perhaps stumbleup esq?) could be realIy neat. I could see a user flow where you get to a resource (eg. youtube video) and then see in the browser how it's rated amongst your peers as a learning resource and then add it from there into your moodle.
Is there a particular target demographic for the platform? as I could see that the features that would be really useful to a secondary teacher (perhaps mapping to a particular syllabus etc...) and university academic might be different.
Hi Mark, this is great feedback - thanks! I'd love to know what others think, too.
Just to respond to each of your points in turn...
2. Target demographic - well, we came up with 'Jeremy' and another user persona for the design sprint. Also, while I need to update the draft white paper, the personas in there are pretty solid. Basically, it's Moodle-using educators first and foremost, and educators more generally after that. The design sprint focused on secondary school History teachers because that's what I know best (I used to be one!) We may need slightly different flavours post-MVP. We'll see.
3. MoodleNet name - again, we've discussed this and I'm all for doing some user testing around the name. Given our first users are likely to be Moodle-using educators, that's less likely to be a problem in the short term.