FLASH – Moodle2Mobile Project: a new collaboration with familiar faces @ckiyan

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This just hit the wire at Moodle.org (http://moodle.org/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=152927):

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The members of the Moodbile and Moodle4iPhone have agreed to collaborate and build the new project “moodle2mobile” (M2M)

The aim of this project is to create a open source add on for Moodle that allows to access the services of Moodle from Mobile devices (of different kinds)

M2M has to be fairly easy to install, and safe in a way that does not overwrite files contained the Moodle.org official release so Administrators can update  their sites without worrying.

We would also open the discussion on issues of mobile learning activities and issues related to generate mobile contents.

We hope to cover as many existing mobile systems to meet the high expectations worldwide.

Our team already has several volunteers in different parts of the world.

Here is a list of some of them:

-David Hildebrant, IDREA-USA
-Francisca Onaolapo Oladipo, Nanmdi Azikiwe University-Nigeria
-Franciso Jose Garcia Peñalvo, Miguel Angel Conde, Nazareth, Alicia Garcia Holgado Universidad de Salamanca- Spain
-Hiroki Inoue, Learning Design -Japan
-Institute of Tropical Medicine, Antwerp- Belgium
-Joseph Thibault, Moodle News-USA
-Julian Ridden aka Moodleman, Pukunui Technology-Australia
-Lewis Carr-United Kingdom
-Ludo Marc Alier and Maria Jose Casany, Universitat Politecnica de Canalunya –Spain
-Martin Hawksey-United Kingdom
-Moodlerooms-USA
-Rovy Branon and Chris Raassch, Academic ADL co-Lab-USA
-Salys Sultan, University of the West Indies-Trinidad and Tobago.
-University of Bath-United Kingdom
-Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia-Peru

I would like to take this opportunity to thanks all the moodle4iPhone‘s followers and request them a little patience. We want to be sure that we will be able to provide the best mobile experience and therefore it is important to join efforts with other existing mobile moodle projects.

Stay tuned

Greetings, Carlos

This is a pretty great collaboration announced (very exciting)!

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