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This presentation highlights the internal road-map for moving Open University's enormous Moodle installation to 2.1.  The presentation is by Ross MacKenzie and highlights the current status of Open University's daily usage and stats and some of the considerations they are being...
This guest post was originally published at Kristian Still's education-focused blog: http://www.kristianstill.co.uk Over the pass few weeks, away from my day-to-day duties, I have been either Moodling or in Moodle conversation. Most of my time has been spent investigating and applying...
I've been working on a Moodle site for a client who needs to have students complete an end of course survey for external review.  I've been playing with both the Feedback and Questionnaire modules for Moodle 2.0 and I...
True to the effort to redesign/organize the Moodle Docs, some of the content has been updated already for Moodle 2.0.  Check out this Doc of the Day for Getting Started with Moodle, part of the Moodle in Education pages. Link: Moodle_in_education#Starting_with_Moodle Starting...
I have to thank Derek Chirnside for finding this link in the Joule documentation in the comments recently.  Check out a few screenshots of the new FolderView course format for Moodle 2.0 and Joule 2.0.
John Stabinger, developer of MyMobile Alpha has released an update at Moodle.org for his mobile theme.  The theme is designed for mobile viewing on both tablets, phones and other internet enabled handhelds. You can checkout the newest release in the...
In light of the recent CLAMP report suggesting that the CLAMP member institutions stick with 1.9 for the 2012 Academic year it's important to note that there are a few universities making the leap to Moodle 2.0 around the...
There's a new Moodle 1.9 to 2.0 conversion tool available to use freely which was developed with support from the New Zealand Ministry of Education (http://www.minedu.govt.nz).  The converter works on each of the standard Moodle features/modules and supports Hot...
There's a new course format available in beta from Jeremy FitzPatrick in the Moodle.org discussion forums .  The format is called "Slides" and is a little bit like the Tabbed course format available now for Moodle 1.9. If you're adventurous...
Here's a sneak peek at one of the presentations for the upcoming iMoot which starts next week.  Lindy Klein is a "social media and open learning consultant" and is presenting "Learning Journeys - Crafting Adaptive Courses". According to the iMoot...