As recently announced by Moodle HQ, Moodle 3.1.1 is now available for download. This “point” release features a number of improvements that can be found in the chat interface, overall navigation, the course overview and in grading.
Specific details regarding the release can be found in the release notes. Here is a quick summary of the highlights:
- When one student submits an assignment for a team, the entire assignment is marked as completed
- When a quiz is completed, it no longer appears in the course overview block
- In the assignment grading screen, you can hide document preview displays
- When blind marking an assignment, the correct participant number is now in the notification email
There are also a number of deeper technical fixes that will improve the performance of Moodle and the overall experience. You can geek out on them here.
If you’re working on older versions, this point release also includes downloads for Moodle, 3.0.5, 2.9.7, and 2.7.15.
You can download them all at download.moodle.org.
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