Glossary of Glossary Ideas


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This was begun as a list of ideas from a Moodle.org chat on creative ideas for using the Moodle Glossary module and was set up by Paula Clough.

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Introduction of Participants Glossary

 By James Gates -

1. Introduce Yourself

  • The Concept is their name and the definition block is a few sentences about themselves - where they live (in general), etc. And, I always suggest that they end it by completing the sentence, "You might be surprised to learn that I...." I always learn so much about my students with that last question.