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La [http://moodle.org/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=32049 Herramienta de conversión de contenido Blackboard] está disponible. Ha sido diseñada para migrar Blackboard 6.1 a Moodle 1.4 + - y posiblemente funcione con otras versiones.
Una [http://moodle.org/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=32049 Blackboard herramienta de conversión de contenido] está disponible. Fue diseñado para migrar Blackboard 6.1 a Moodle 1.4 + - y posiblemente funcione con otras versiones.
 
  
 
Según Michael Penney en el foro de debate [http://moodle.org/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=1565 Migración de 10000 estudiantes de Blackboard a Moodle?]  
 
Según Michael Penney en el foro de debate [http://moodle.org/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=1565 Migración de 10000 estudiantes de Blackboard a Moodle?]  
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:''"Funciona bastante bien con un par de advertencias:''
 
:''"Funciona bastante bien con un par de advertencias:''
  
:''1) It doesn't import all Blackboard question types: at CSU H, we wrote an essay question type and a 'rendered match' question type and a BB pool importer, we'd like to work with SF and others to get our qtype importer into theirs.''
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:''1) No se importan la totalidad de las preguntas de Blackboard: en CSU H, hemos escrito una pregunta de ensayo and a 'rendered match' question type and a BB pool importer, we'd like to work with SF and others to get our qtype importer into theirs.''
  
 
:''2) SF's tool is designed to make you think about your course when you import it and redesign it. That is a nice idea, however it can be pretty time consuming when you have hundreds of documents in a course (<rant>Blackboard's poor content development tools encourage what I call the 'datadump' course format, instead of delivering information in an effective elearning tool like Moodle's lesson, with BB folks tend to post hundreds of office documents and then massive quizzes about them</rant>).''"
 
:''2) SF's tool is designed to make you think about your course when you import it and redesign it. That is a nice idea, however it can be pretty time consuming when you have hundreds of documents in a course (<rant>Blackboard's poor content development tools encourage what I call the 'datadump' course format, instead of delivering information in an effective elearning tool like Moodle's lesson, with BB folks tend to post hundreds of office documents and then massive quizzes about them</rant>).''"

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La Herramienta de conversión de contenido Blackboard está disponible. Ha sido diseñada para migrar Blackboard 6.1 a Moodle 1.4 + - y posiblemente funcione con otras versiones.

Según Michael Penney en el foro de debate Migración de 10000 estudiantes de Blackboard a Moodle?

"Funciona bastante bien con un par de advertencias:
1) No se importan la totalidad de las preguntas de Blackboard: en CSU H, hemos escrito una pregunta de ensayo and a 'rendered match' question type and a BB pool importer, we'd like to work with SF and others to get our qtype importer into theirs.
2) SF's tool is designed to make you think about your course when you import it and redesign it. That is a nice idea, however it can be pretty time consuming when you have hundreds of documents in a course (<rant>Blackboard's poor content development tools encourage what I call the 'datadump' course format, instead of delivering information in an effective elearning tool like Moodle's lesson, with BB folks tend to post hundreds of office documents and then massive quizzes about them</rant>)."

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