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Each year we've focused a bit of our September posts to helping teachers get their academic year started right. Each day this week we'll publish a simple trick, tip or resource list which we think will help to make...
Another plugin updated recently on the Moodle plugins database is the Global CSV feeding for Moodle which concentrates on all CSV based approaches for feeding massively Moodle with initializations as courses, users, and enrollments, completing all existing mechanisms with...
Since some of the key terms in Moodle terminology can be intimidating for a new Moodler, so Moodle.com has published a quick list for the key terms to help newbies learn Moodle easily. According to the original post (read the...
A hot topic across the country, University of Nebraska Medical Center announced recently that they are offering two free Ebola education courses to the public via their Moodle LMS and in iTunes. Registration on their Moodle is free: http://phtc.unmc.edu/moodle/. The two...
Moodle.net has a feature that allows you to sort results by a couple of different criteria. The one that caught my attention most recently is tied to a "badge" called Featured. There are four courses listed as featured at the...
There are three new short courses from the St Vrain Valley School District posted to Moodle.net available for you to download. The modules focus on Social Learning, Flipping the Classroom (or meeting), and Creating Video. Each can be downloaded...
Another new feature of Moodle 2.6 is the ability to create courses in bulk using a csv file. It just requires a few mandatory fields to be filled out (required fieldnames are shortname, fullname, and category), then you're able...
LearningHouse is an organization that specializes in creating and bringing college programs online. Generally they do so using Moodle as the LMS. Thankfully they've shared their 50+ Moodle tutorials via Youtube for the curious Moodler to watch and learn...
I'm tuned into the RSS at the site formerly known as the MOOCH (Moodle.net). The hub is a place for courses to be published as both downloadable and enrollable. Here's one of the first courses I've seen that's enrollable...
NextGenU.org is a provider of open education and credit bearing courses online.  They've published two open enrollable courses to Moodle.net recently: Environmental Health and Climate Change and Health. Registration at NextGenU is free and the courses are also open...
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