CSE Events – Teaching and Learning using Moodle

Teaching and Learning using Moodle

The guest lecture session is about training and placement activities for faculty and given tips for teaching. The resource person has addressed the various department students regarding “MOODLE”.

Some basic introduction on moodle  given by resource person:

Moodle was designed to be used primarily as a tool for asynchronous learning, where learning takes place at different times. However, it also contains modules for the synchronous forms of learning. Moodle is used as the primary means for courses, as well as an additional tool to support traditional learning. With customizable management features, it is used to create private websites with online courses for educators and trainers to achieve learning goals. Moodle (an acronym for modular object-oriented dynamic learning environment) allows for extending and tailoring learning environments using community-sourced plugins. One of the reasons why Moodle is the world’s best LMS  is because it is supported by a global community of developers. A large benefit of open source software is that the code is open for scrutiny.

More points he discussed on

  • Asked faculty to focus on real-time projects for students.
  • Conduct “HACKATHON” competition at the district level.
  • Make the students be strong at academics.
  • Ph.D. faculty has to discuss their areas of projects every Saturday.
  • Asked faculty to upgrade with new technologies so that they can help the students.
  • Asked to opt for the new subjects in the academics.
  • Asked to use open source tools.
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RAVINDAR MOGILI

Associate Professor

M.Tech (CSE), (Phd)

14 Years of Teaching experience

Area of interest: Data Mining, Machine learning, Image processing

ravindermogili@gmail.com

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