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Moodle 3.0 which is the latest stable release of the most popular open source LMS on the earth i.e. "Moodle" has got a lot of new features which will really amaze you. Among the all features, the features which...
Damyon Wiese, the Moodle community member from Australia presented during the MoodleMoot Australia 2015 (#mootau15) on the topic "Automated Testing for Moodle Administrators". The video recording for the presentation session is now made available by Moodle HQ which is worth...
Capability explorer plugin which is an admin tool plugin and is primarily designed to help Moodle administrators understand how Moodle's capability system works, has been updated to a new version supporting Moodle 2.9 & Moodle 3.0 According to the plugin...
During the iMoot 2015 #imoot15 Shane Elliot, the Managing Director of Pukunui International, a leading online education services company, has shared his presentation about the security of your Moodle Site for Non Techies. In the presentation he discusses the basic...
MOOSH utility, which stands for MOOdle SHell & inspired by Drush - similar tool for Drupal. It is a commandline tool that will allow you to perform most common Moodle tasks. The MOOSH utility has been updated to a new...
Another great video session recording from the presentation given by Robert Puffer during MoodleMoot US 2015, which was held between 4-6 August, has been put up on YouTube by Moodle HQ. The session discusses about the integration of the Google Apps...
Year end procedures are a big trouble for the Moodle administrators to archive your current courses, retain students work and create your new courses for the start of term. Here is very useful youtube video by Lewis Carr teaching how...
Here's a cool plugin for Atto that allows site users to apply pre-defined CSS classes to text just using a drop down in the text editor. Similar to using Elements in a Bootstrap-enabled theme you can easily add some...
You may not know but even in a fresh install of Moodle there are loads of administrative reports available to you to better understand your site and what's happening on it. From all comments, to backup status, to logs...