If the massive coverage Moodle 3.3 got from Open Source EdTech-related news outlets left you disorientated to the point where it’s hard to find out what’s new about Moodle 3.3 and why it’s so great, fear no longer. An 11-video playlist, amounting to just under 24 minutes of continuous playback, will brief you on the latest release of the world reference on Open Source LMS.
The videos in the playlist are:
- Moodle 3.3 Overview (6:19) If you don’t watch anything else, watch this one. It is an upbeat and paced review of everything to be excited about in Moodle 3.3.
- New Course Overview Block In Moodle 3.3 (2:02) A revolutionary tool, courtesy of the Moodle Users Association, where students (and teachers) will readily find tasks to complete. According to research, lack of actionable information may be the main cause of low GPAs, an issue this new Block addresses head on.
- Google G-Suite and Microsoft Office Integration in Moodle 3.3 (2:15) Users can connect profiles, log in with one click, and get their online file storage from Moodle.
- Font Awesome In Moodle 3.3 (1:12) It speeds up sites by removing images and icons and improves accessibility.
- Activity Completion Enhancements In Moodle 3.3 (1:54) Further ways to control and display forward motion to give students a better sense of their progress.
- Assignment File Type Restrictions In Moodle 3.3 (1:30) It simplifies the Submission and Grading workflows.
- Emoji Support In Moodle 3.3 (1:01) (This should be self-explanatory.)
- Assignment Collapsible Comments In Moodle 3.3 (1:29) A small but long-awaited fix for when you’re reviewing student submissions.
- Stealth Activities In Moodle 3.3 (2:45) Make activities available but remain hidden from menu. Useful both as rewards or as surprises.
- Drag And Drop Media In Moodle 3.3 (1:23) Drop any media file on any Moodle page. Moodle will guide you through where and how you want to place it.
- More Tag Areas In Moodle 3.3 (1:23) Enhances search across more Activities and individual items within Activities, such as the Glossary.
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