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Don’t forget our Youtube Anywhere for Moodle development fund campaign: http://igg.me/at/youtube-anywhere-for-moodle/ Edupristine has created a great looking Moodle format that's focused on video and quiz delivery for the Certified Financial Accountant exam prep.  Their Moodle at Edupristine.com was featured on Moodlenews a few...
If you're a Joule 2 user you're familiar with Moodlerooms activity stream and alerts which lets you know all of the activities that have happened on Moodle regarding your user (graded items, returned feedback, etc).  It's  a solid feature...
A recent post on Moodle.org notes that the community's use of Concurrent Versions System (CVS) as a code repository has fallen dramatically in the past few years with the introduction of the much more popular Git. Starting 1/1/2013 Git...
If you're like me you have a test site that is solely used for testing modules and addons (lest anything were to go very bad when introducing some new code).  But aside from installing and testing it how do...
Hi. In this post, I will show you how to embed an OKMindMap in your website or Moodle webpage resource or label. This method is different from adding an OKMindMap activity to your Moodle site as mentioned previously in this...
Download it now and give it a test drive.  The full community package and documentation is now available at Moodle.org in the Plugin Repository: http://moodle.org/mod/data/view.php?d=13&rid=4894. From the entry, As a highly flexible system, ELIS(TM) is widely used in a variety of learning...
Someone recently asked me, "how can I find a Moodle developer to help me with my Moodle project?" Through my own experience there are just a few basic ways to find someone with Moodle help.  So if you're...
Martin Dougiamas announced last week  that Moodle HQ will be migrating from CVS to Git as their main code sharing and management tool.  According to Martin, several benefits will follow on the heels of this move: A more accurate portrayal...
I use Chrome browser for my day to day internet browsing and work, even for accessing Moodle site.  Which is why it kinda stinks that the HTMLArea text editor doesn't function in Chrome.  There are 2 ways to get...
Disclaimer: I'm no programmer; so I don't have much more than a cursory understanding of the development behind software like Moodle.  But this isn't so much of an opinion post as it is (I hope) a few thought provoking...