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Updated on May 29th, 2019 Official Moodle Partner HowToMoodle has given us a peek under their metaphorical customer support hood. In a blog post by Jamie Biddulph (no longer available), he showcase the five most common questions they receive from...
View previous “Ask Mr. Moodle” responses here. Dear Mr. Moodle, Is there any way to integrate with PowerSchool, so test scores could migrate to PowerSchool? Also, is there any way to organize test results by question over multiple tests that are...
To the delight of expert, beginner and enthusiast data wranglers in the wild, Moodle Research has released the “Learn Moodle August 2016” anonymized data set. The announcement was made by Moodle HQ analytics researcher Elizabeth Dalton on the Moodle...
Like many standardization efforts of education, they should be approached with care, and even a dose of skepticism. But adopting them is critical if there are any hopes of understanding the impact or evolution of a learning intervention. A...
Have you ever thought of giving freedom to your students for choosing other students in their group? or Allow them to choose their own preferred groups? Now you can give complete freedom to your learners with all the group...
Markdown Dataformat plugin is a new theme released in the Moodle plugins database which allows you to export the Moodle data in Markdown format. By default, Moodle comes with with plugins for CSV, Excel, ODS, JSON, and HTML. The...
Year end procedures are a big trouble for the Moodle administrators to archive your current courses, retain students work and create your new courses for the start of term. Here is very useful youtube video by Lewis Carr teaching how...
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...
The creators of Moodle XML Converter (a utility for creating Moodle questions banks using the XML format) have a new, quick presentation which makes the case for using the Database Activity and provides a few tips on creating it...