Moodle UX Research In Phase II, Call For Power User Interviews Open Till 8-18
After the successful response to the interactive activity about uses and preferences of the layout in admin panels, a release at officially opens a second phase of the UX research. For the earlier stage, it reports that over 300 responses entered the activity in less than a week.
Now, the UX team at Moodle HQ has devised a more interactive series of sessions, involving live interviews. If you are:
  • An English-speaking Moodle teacher, instructor or admin who consistently deals with course settings
  • A user role with course settings editing permissions on an active, real-life Moodle site
  • Willing to perform tasks on a Moodle prototype site for up to 30 minutes, then provide recorded audio and video feedback,
Then you are invited to join the sessions!
All you have to do is book a session using the link below. Mind the time zones:
The study will close on Friday, August 18th at 7:30am GMT time.
Make sure you have time availability, good quality of internet access and audio and video capture.
Researches assure the recording are strictly confidential and will not be shared with anyone outside the Moodle HQ team.
For more, read the announcement at

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