[nobe-l] tutoring online
hope.paulos at gmail.com
Fri Dec 30 18:37:08 UTC 2011
Hello Sheryl. I am looking into the moodle platform which seems to be fairly
accessible. I just looked at it last night so haven't really dealved into
it. Moodle will allow you to create exams online, collect assignments from
students, have an online gradebook, etc. Like I say I have to dealve into it
more. I'll take a look at tutor.com to see how well the software works.
The netflix website uses Microsoft silverlight. I believe it's not that
accessible-- at least I had trouble with the netflix site but I'll check out
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From: "cheryl fogle" <cfogle at unm.edu>
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Subject: [nobe-l] tutoring online
> I'd like to combine two recent threads for tutoring and teaching online.
> There's a website called tutor.com where interaction between students and
> tutors occurs in real time online. Has anyone applied for freelance work
> at that site or used it as a student? The software they advertize is
> called microsoft silverlight? and I think that is a web plug in, but I'm
> not entirely sure of the technical requirements with screen readers.
> Expanding further, what are people's experiences generally with online
> course management systems and screenreaders from the instructor roles?
> When I taught classes on campus last year, I posted powerpoint
> presentations for my lectures to WEBCT (now blackboard I think) and
> ignored the rest of that platform. I'm not sure if I'll apply for online
> teaching positions in the future, but I see those jobs and don't want to
> close off those options for employment.
> Happy Holidays.
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