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As an English language teacher, I am continually connecting with my students so they can practice authentic language learning. Our communication has been mostly via text through emails, discussion forums on Moodle, Facebook chats or group messages, on Google...
A new theme by Bruno Sampaio offers a few new features to Moodle including integrated chat and a concept of "applications" which launch from within Moodle.  It's a flexible theme with some familiar features (Moodle Bar) available for Moodle...
Here's a great promo video/commercial boasting the integration of Google Apps to Moodle by Webanywhere (@wastretchbeyond).  The video gives an example students working through a group assignment within Moodle using Google Docs, chat, Gmail and all of the baked in...
In my post on FreeEmbedChat, if you were observant enough, you would have noticed an interesting-looking block on the lower right-hand corner of my Moodle course page. That's the section with the red border. Today's post is about that...
Julie slaps Frankie with a large trout. Remember that line "...slaps... with a large trout"? The early 1990s were the good old days of the Internet age where text ruled the roost. Internet connections were mainly dial-up lines. Chat clients...
If you were curious what can be done with an iPad when accessing your Moodle site then you might be a little confused by the plethora of App options for using Moodle on an iPad.  Each has their own...
I was thinking about Moodle's chat module yesterday. I thought about how my Moodle 1.9.7 site's chat module could be improved. This post is all about chatting in Moodle. Ah yes, online chatting. A major addictive time-waster in most...
Here's a new Mod that's now available for Moodle 2 and 1.9 which provides an overlaid chat box for logged in users.  It works pretty well for 1-to-1 chat for students and teachers (and even admins) and according to...
Ralph Blackwelder (@webyer) has a really interesting video on Youtube that highlights his use of Digsby's (a free chat utility/web service) Widget in an HTML block (http://widget.digsby.com/) which he employs instead of the Moodle chat.  By doing so it allows him to...