Success stories - Poodll

Success stories

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International Video Exchange

We used Poodll with great results in an online intercultural exchange between two university language classes; one an English class in Japan and the other a Japanese class

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Poodll for Content

Our Moodle site has thousands of videos and pages of content. We have only a few staff and needed a way to be able to manage the content efficiently. Poodll widget technology has been a fantastic help.

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Poodll for Assessment

We needed a solution that would simplify and streamline the process around spoken language production (i.e. submitting recordings) and faculty (i.e. providing feedback). For us, this is Poodll.

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Poodll for Special Needs

“Thank you for an awesome plugin in Moodle. I am a mathematics teacher at a school for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing in Worcester, Western Cape, South Africa. All our learners use Sign Language as a means of communication. To assess these learners we had to setup a video camcorder in our classes, record each learner, edit the video and upload it to each learner’s memory stick or folder on a external hard drive. This was very tedious not to mention time consuming as well as an administrative burden. We are currently using your plugin and it cut our workload by 75%. Read More

Versatile Poodll

PoodLL has been instrumental to the development of the materials I build for our business, MAIS Learning, which provides English lessons to foreign language students in the distance setting. In specific, we use the flipped classroom method to enable students to complete vocabulary, grammar, and speaking activities outside of class in a Moodle course. Because students can use the PoodLL plugin to send video questions and responses to each other in forums, they are primed to continue those conversations during webcam lessons, thus maximizing out of class time in a foreign language context (English in Japan). Without PoodLL, the out-of-class work we provide our students would not enable us to scaffold learners towards more complex conversations in live lessons. .

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