Hi there, I'm working on a project (in a non-English speaking country) where I'm working with (native English speaking) a content writer, a (native English speaking) assessment writer, and a non-native English speaking but high level of English) IT team who will be uploading the content into Moodle (3.6).
I'm the online learning specialist who is helping guide what content and assessments are being created so they suit an online learning environment - and then training the local IT team to upload everything into Moodle.
So essentially I need to create a system where what the content/assessment developers are creating, is going into a table/spreadsheet/structured document that I can train the IT guys to use, to upload the content without there needing to be a number of back and forth conversations to get what appears online, right.
What we're stumbling on, is how to organise the content so it's clear to everyone - what appears on screen, what type of 'activity' or 'page' it is, notes for the developer, what should be on what pages, what should be on the buttons etc etc -
Most pages will be a (combination of) a small amount of text and/or an image, an embedded video, a link out to an external resource, an audio file >>> then all pages will finish with some sort of question (quiz type, or simple 'next' button)
At the moment I'm using a fairly simple table that is broken into rows (for each new 'page' in sequential order - pages will flow in order, no special 'choose your own adventure' type jumps/flows) - and then columns - 'page title', 'content', 'page type with instructions' - but it's amazingly confusing - and I'm sure I'm not the only one who has had this problem in the past - the content writers DO NOT want to develop directly into moodle - they're comfortable with google docs/microsoft word/powerpoint - please also note we already have a comprehensive curriculum planning document which outlines the assessments, how they're linked to outcomes, etc etc - but it doesn't contain the level of detail about what needs to be on screen including the script around what's on each page -
I've googled the living daylights out of this and can't find any answers so helping the Moodle community can help! Any bright ideas? links to structured templates? powerpoint solutions? Many thanks in advance!