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  • CPT-365 Slides Placeholder

  • Grav Course Hub Project @ BCIT: Flipping the LMS with an Open and Collaborative Platform

  • Open Apereo 2016 - Grav Course Hub Project: Flipping the LMS with an Open and Collaborative Platform

    The Grav Course Hub project (www.gravcoursehub.org) was created to help other educators 'flip' their LMS with the Grav (www.getgrav.org) Web platform. Course facilitators and students are empowered to shape their online environment when the front-end of an institutional LMS is replaced with an open and collaborative platform such as Grav. In addition to being very flexible and fast, Grav is built using industry standards (i.e. Markdown, YAML, Twig, etc.) and due to its file-based nature supports tools such as GitHub for collaboration.

  • Flipped-LMS Diagrams

    A set of four visualizations, each with a Creative Commons (CC) license.

  • ETUG TELL 2016 - Flip it Good! Flipping the LMS with an Open and Collaborative Platform

    In this ETUG TELL presentation, Paul will share his flipped-LMS approach using an open and collaborative platform and introduce his ready-to-run open source course hub for use by other educators.

  • CNIE 2016 - Flip it Good! Flipping the LMS with an Open and Collaborative Platform

    In this CNIE presentation, Paul will share his flipped-LMS approach using an open and collaborative platform and introduce his ready-to-run open source course hub for use by other educators.

  • Flip it Good! Flipping the LMS with an Open and Collaborative Platform

    In this presentation, Paul will share his flipped-LMS approach using an open and collaborative platform and introduce his ready-to-run open source course hub for use by other educators.

  • Grav CMS for Educators

    Move beyond the LMS with Grav! Do you have unmet pedagogical goals due to the constraints of your current LMS? Do you want to have a better experience for your students and yourself? In this hands-on workshop, Paul will provide a detailed introduction to Grav, the modern flat-file (no database) CMS and his open source Course Hub project to help other instructors flip their LMS to overcome these challenges. Participants should be comfortable with editing text files, connecting to a Web server, and be familiar with basic Web page elements.

  • CPT-363 Slides Placeholder

  • SFUDemoFest 2015 - Flipping the LMS

    A flipped-LMS is where an open platform, in the control of instructors and students, serves as an alternative front-end to the institutional LMS. In this presentation Paul will demonstrate how this approach can produce significant improvements to both the student and instructor experience. Elements from Paul's personal toolkit to be highlighted will include Canvas (naturally), the open source flat-file CMS Grav, and GitHub Desktop.

  • CMPT-363-153 User Interface Inspections

  • CMPT-363-153 Visual Design Basics

  • CMPT-363-153 Usability Testing

  • CMPT-363-153 Mobile and Multi-Device Design

  • CMPT-363-153 HCI and Interface Design Principles

  • CMPT-363-153 Conceptual Models

  • CMPT-363-153 User Modeling and Stories of Usage

  • CMPT-363-153 User Research

  • CMPT-363-153 The Process of UX Design

  • CMPT-363-153 Introduction to UX Design

  • CMPT-363-153 Course Overview

  • CMPT-363-153 Slides In Progress

  • STLHE 2015 - From Mobile Access to Multi-device Learning Ecologies: A Case Study

    As mobile access is turning into primary access, many universities and organizations find themselves constantly challenged to keep up with student expectations. At the same time, we have moved further into an age of networked information and students have easier access to better quality educational resources outside of university than ever before. Faced with these opportunities, university instructor and software interaction designer Paul Hibbitts has pushed the boundaries of his multi-device course companions in order to improve learner experience and better support an open and ever-evolving learning ecology.

  • ETUG Spring 2015 Plenary - Exploring Learning Ecologies: Models and Experiences So Far

    Given that mobile access is now the new baseline, what is the next step for us to help better support our students in this age of networked information? For Paul Hibbitts it starts with anytime/anywhere access, utilizes a development process where learning and technology are complementary partners, and evolves into the support and creation of learning ecologies

  • Enhancing the Online Experience for Students and their Instructors with a Modern Flat-file CMS

    Even with the required use of an institutional LMS, instructors still have a wide range of open source options for providing a more customized experience for their courses. In this session, Paul Hibbitts will share with you his recent work with a modern flat-file (no database) Web platform/CMS called Grav (getgrav.org) to complement and enhance SFU’s Canvas LMS.

  • TRU - Designing a Multi-device Moodle Course Site: A Case Study

  • TRU - Developing a Course in the Open: A Case Study

  • Moodle Moot NZ14 - Designing a Multi-device Moodle Course Site: A Case Study

  • ETUG Spring 2014 - Developing a Course in the Open: A Case Study

  • WordPress in Higher Ed: Designing a Multi-device WordPress Course Site: A Case Study

  • iMoot 2014 - Developing a Course in the Open: A Case Study

  • iMoot 2014 - Designing a Multi-device Moodle Course Site: A Case Study

  • Designing a Multi-device Moodle Course Site: A Case Study

  • Multi-Device Experience Design: Questions for Discussion