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When students initially enroll on a site, you might want to send them a welcome dialogue to let them know you are there. This way if they have something to say to you, they will feel more comfortable responding to you since you made the first step.
 
When students initially enroll on a site, you might want to send them a welcome dialogue to let them know you are there. This way if they have something to say to you, they will feel more comfortable responding to you since you made the first step.
  
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* [http://moodle.org/mod/forum/view.php?id=854 Dialogue module forums]
 
* [http://moodle.org/mod/forum/view.php?id=854 Dialogue module forums]
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* [http://download.moodle.org/docs/using_moodle/ch4_forums.pdf Using Moodle Chapter 4: Using Forums, Chats and Dialogues]
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Revision as of 09:30, 30 March 2006

Dialogues can be useful when you want a location to give private feedback to students on their online activity. For example, if they are participating in a language forum and have a grammatical error that you want to point out, without embarassing them, a dialogue is the perfect place.

When students initially enroll on a site, you might want to send them a welcome dialogue to let them know you are there. This way if they have something to say to you, they will feel more comfortable responding to you since you made the first step.

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