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Designing Moodle Courses for Mobile

Responsive theme design does a good job of making Moodle fit the small screen, but designing courses for Mobile is a different challenge altogether.  When thinking about small screens we need to think more about cognitive overload, we need to reduce endless scrolling and we need to break up content into smaller chunks and think carefully about navigation and workflows.

This infographic/poster will provide tips and tricks to assist in designing courses for mobile devices.  And will highlight the most important considerations teachers must face when designing cross-platform learning.

Presented by...

Lewis Carr
Lewis Carr

A well known UK Moodler/Designer/Developer/Teacher. Lewis has worked at one of the largest Further Educational Colleges in the UK where he built and supported a Moodle platform for over 10 years.  He has supported numerous other colleges, Universities and Work-Based Learning Providers up and down the country.  More recently, he worked for a large Moodle Partner before deciding to go it alone and run his own business.  He still attends regular JISC Supported Moodle User Groups in Yorkshire and Humber and keeps the FE community up-to-date with the latest Moodle developments.


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Lewis Carr
Last modified: Tuesday, 22 March 2016, 4:57 PM
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Presentation slides: PDF document designing_for_mobile.pdf
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Your educational sector: Vocational/Technical
Roles in which you usually use Moodle: Teacher
Instructional Designer
Type of presentation: Poster
Relevant to audience from which sectors: Education
Relevant to audience in which roles: Teacher
Instructional Designer
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