Plan A was to create an interactive tutorial using Adobe Captivate to show the students how to enroll in Moodle. However, the audio and screen capture features were not playing nice using a virtual desktop – so I came up with a Plan B and Plan C. B is basic and basically boring, but it does get all the information across using SlideShare. C is more visually captivating; it was created through Glogster EDU. I am worried that the students might be distracted by all the visual elements and miss the purpose of the mini tutorial. Both the SlideShare presentation and the Glog are best viewed large screen, but the mini embedded version.
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