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If you are a Moodle Plugin developer or a Moodle Theme designer then you can download the development version of Moodle 2.9 to check out your plugins and themes and make them compatible for the Moodle 2.9 version. Moodle 2.9...
Update note: originally the title to this post was "Another Look at Eliademy, a free alternative to Moodle" which might have been misleading implying that Moodle isn't free. Rather I was thinking of the cloud-based nature of Eliademy (and...
Below is a video that highlights how you can backup and restore a single activity in Moodle, this feature is incredibly valuable as a time saver if you're using rubrics and want to share them across sites. Introduced (I...
The latest releases of all current versions of Moodle are now available at Moodle.org.  If you haven't made a plan to upgrade yet, start thinking about it (after all it is close to the end of the school year)....
Here are 8 course backups ready to deploy on your Moodle 1.9 installation for inspiration.  The course range from book projects for year 7s to a Moodle Admin Workshop lesson plans.  Check them all out at http://moodlenz.net/zips/ Below is the outline...
This work by Mari Cruz García is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial 3.0 Unported License.   Mari Cruz is an educational technologist at the University of Dundee and supports an online postgraduate programme there. According to her note to...
One of our most popular recent posts is "10 things you can do with a Moodle webpage" and in light of a few recent requests I am not sharing it as a backup file. Download the zip right here...
Here's a quick tip to keep your Moodle from becoming out of shape and over weight, illustrated with a quick story. A few years ago I was in charge of managing 80 courses that were tailored for teacher professional development....
There was a comment on the most recent ConversionThingy2 release post which had focused on the conversion of 1.9 backups to 2.0 MBZ files.  The question from Kerry J at BrightCookie was What happens to the files that were formerly...
Here's a quick video provided to Moodlenews by Peter Friesen, one of the people behind the Angel to Moodle converter known as ConversionThingy2.   It's a very fast (38 second) video that highlights the steps, but it is abridged...