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Everyone is hotly anticipating the release of Moodle 3.1 on May 23rd and the documentation for the new version is being rolled out as quickly as possible. I was perusing over the documentation for the Assignment module today and was...
Moodle 3.1 will get a major overhaul in the assignment grading use interface to speed up the grading experience and reduce the page loading time. The prototype of the new Assignment grading interface is ready for testing here and...
Moodle Association aka Moodle Users Association (#MoodleAssociation) has started accepting the new project proposals from members for the Jan-Jun 2016 Development cycle and the last date for submitting new project proposals is 1st March, 2016. Preliminary voting will start for...
Yesterday, Mahara 15.04 is released which contains many new features, usability enhancements, and bug fixes, provided by Mahara contributors from around the globe. Highlights in Mahara 15.04 include: "Copy" button directly on copyable pages Image picker for inserting your images into rich...
This is a relatively new feature in Moodle and a handy way to provide marking without any download/upload process. A much more efficient grading and evaluation process for students. Read about it in the docs here: http://docs.moodle.org/26/en/Using_Assignment#Annotating_PDF_files. Mike Johnson of Baldwin...
New to Moodle 2.6, Mary Cooch demonstrates how teachers can annotate and markup PDF submissions which students have made to assignments. This is a handy feature which, if implemented correctly (so that students submit the right file type) could drastically...
One of my joys in life as a Moodle site administrator is scouring the Net to unearth gems of Moodle activity modules of earlier years. Such is the case with Mediabird Study Notes. It allows you to add private and...
Marginalia   Add web annotation to your Moodle forums! This is a great pedagogical tool, from 2008, for those of you teaching English. You can use the Marginalia Moodle plugin to type corrections to your students' forum posts. Here's a Youtube video...
Here's a pretty slick module for Moodle that allows you to have students upload PDFs and then you can annotate and correct them with some in-browser tools before "handing" them back via the Moodle module.  The module was created...