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New features of the Moodle Forum activity are covered in a recent Moodle 3.1 official update. The World Wide Web was the utopia of human interaction, communication and connection, until it wasn't. Today our ideas of forums and internet comment...
Moodle.net is the Moodle.org Open Community Hub - a directory of courses for download or to enrol in. It contains: courses you can download and use courses you can enrol in and participate other content (such as quizzes, database and glossary entries) you...
Here's a masters-level course shared by Doug Holton of Utah State University titled "Advanced Instructional Design & E-Learning" (something every Moodle course designer might be interested in), the course focuses on providing students guidance as they create their own online...
One of the most popular posts here lately has been a recap of the MootusTX10 keynote by Dr. Richard Clark down in Austin (August 2nd) .  It was a very, very good keynote (interesting throughout with great anecdotes and...
The social constructionist pedagogy approach to learning is one of the underpinnings of the design of Moodle from it's inception, according to Moodle.org (http://docs.moodle.org/en/Philosophy).  Interestingly, the Moot keynote's title was on the myth of success surrounding constructivism.  The keynote...