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If you want your friends or prospective buyers to nod in agreement when they wander around the pages of your Moodle site, look no further than “Shoelace,” a classic Moodle theme that has been recently reinvented. Based on the website...
Juan Leyva, leader of Moodle HQ’s Mobile Development team, recently announced the availability of Moodle Mobile 3.4 and Moodle Desktop 3.4. The main highlight of this release is the never-before-seen compatibility of 100% of the standard functionality of the Moodle standard...
Disponible en Español. New technology has been of huge benefit to businesses both large and small around the world for some years now. Reaching just about every facet of a functional business, it is no surprise that training is no...
Moodle 3.2 official launch is still a couple weeks away, but Moodle HQ has released a beta version in their official GitHub repository. This news were announced by David Mudrák in a Moodle forum thread. The purpose of the early...
The next generation LMS - Moodle 3.1 is finally unleashed today and is now available for download from the usual download channels. The new version of Moodle is packed with a lot of new features and fixes. You can...
The decision making authorities in all educational and corporate institutions often face a lot of questions based on Myths while choosing the LMS for their institution. Among all the top questions related to Moodle the most often asked questions...
If you're using courseware, content and materials that require students to have Flash or Java installed it can be a tech support nightmare supporting students online who have different browsers, use different computers or just don't know how to...
TechCrunch recently highlighted Eliademy, a site created by CBTec which they mentioned is compatible with Moodle. The MOOC engine is in the mold of Coursera or Udemy (though minus the fees, lineup of A+ Professors and VC millions).  The...
Here's some interesting development news from Moodle.org, it seems that Chrome browser will soon display the HTMLarea HTML editor for Moodle without any of the suggested hacks and end user extensions: http://tracker.moodle.org/browse/MDL-16336 Version 1.9.11's official public release is pending, but...
There are two great blog posts over at ZDnet.com about one Massachusetts-based Technology Director's "debacle" in surveying, selecting and integrating a new learning management system in his district.  Chris Dawson recently has been working on weighing the pros and...