13 years ago, Android was released, the Apple App Store and Spotify were launched, Bill Gates fully retired as chairperson of Microsoft, and Breaking Bad premiered on television. Also, in 2008, Clark University adopted Moodle as our Learning Management System (LMS).
Like most things in life, it’s important to regularly check that systems we use are still meeting our needs and supporting us as we grow. To that end, this academic year, Clark is doing an evaluation of Moodle.
Share your Experience
We want to know what you think about Moodle, and how it supports (or doesn’t support) your teaching, learning and work at Clark. Whether you use Moodle every day, once or twice a semester, or even if you’ve made the decision not to use Moodle, your experience matters, and we’d love to hear more.
We have a number of ways you can let us know what you think:
- Survey: Click here to participate in a very quick survey about your experiences with Moodle. The survey has 6 questions and you can answer one, some or all. This is the quickest and easiest way for your opinions to help Clark evaluate Moodle.
- Listening Sessions: ITS will host three listening sessions on 11/8, 11/9 and 11/10, where any constituent can join a Zoom meeting and talk to an ITS representative about their experience with Moodle. These sessions are open to students, faculty and staff and we’re eager to hear from you regardless of how regularly you use Moodle. Click here to register to attend a session.
- Focus Groups: We know that groups use Moodle in different ways. ITS is offering to come and talk to your group (faculty cohorts, departmental meetings, student organizations, etc.) about their use of Moodle and their hopes for an LMS in the future. If you would like to organize an ITS representative to visit with your group and discuss Moodle, please contact Joanne Dolan at email@example.com
Moodle is one of the most used systems on campus and your feedback will help ITS and Clark make the right decision for you and the institution as we continue to learn and grow.