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Addressing Religious Poverty:
Distance Theological Education with Moodle

Directions:

  1. Click on the first of the four images below.
  2. After engaging the first video, return and click on the second image, then third, and fourth.
  3. If you need a Windows Media Player, download one from Microsoft's website.
  4. To interact with David on this presentation, email him at TahoeDRE@att.net addressing the questions:
    • If you have not previously thought about using distance education via the Internet to teach theology, has the workshop helped give you any new ideas as to this possibility?
    • If you have been investigating the possibility, or are already familiar with this concept, what are your impressions of Moodle vis-a-vis other options that you have researched?

Addressing Religious Poverty Part 1

This presentation uses the concept of "religious poverty" as introduced by Catechism of the Catholic Church to bring us to a modern solution: utilizing the Internet to teach theology at a distance.

Running time: 4:58


Addressing Religious Poverty Part 2

This presentation introduces a popular Internet-based classroom known as Moodle, which possesses much instructional flexibility in creating effective online theological courses.

Running time: 5:46


Addressing Religious Poverty Part 3


This presentation shows some of the nuts-and-bolts operations of course management and monitoring.

Running time: 4:40


Addressing Religious Poverty Part 4

This presentation addresses the ultimate questions of any software program: how much does it cost and what are the options to begin the process?

Running time: 4:28


Last Updated February 14, 2009. © Catholic Distance Learning Network.

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