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A Moodle.com profile of the Dearborn School District, which serves some 21,000 K-12 students in the Greater Detroit area, describes IT leader Chris Kenniburg as a “Moodle guru,” in large part thanks to his work with “Fordson,” a free,...
The fondness towards Moodle and its community, which is palpable from most Moodlers, paradoxically makes it difficult to judge how much the Open Source LMS has objectively benefited users' careers. To counter that, the Moodle blog has tried to...
The launch of the “Boost” theme has been a game-changer when it comes to how developers approach Moodle themes. It set a solid and popular framework –namely, Bootstrap– and laid it out across Moodle’s components. But while "Boost" greatly...
Chris Kenniburg, of the Dearborn Public Schools Districts, recently released version 1.3.1 of the "Fordson" theme for Moodle 3.2. With this update, "Fordson" allows further control of the NavBar (or Nav Drawer). This section on the left, togglable from a top-left...
Disponible en Español. The race for the fastest possible way to enroll on a Moodle course is on at Dearborn. The developers at this Public Schools District from the Greater Detroit area, to whom we also owe the "Fordson" theme,...
When seeking to engage an audience, no matter the user or student scenario, an evergreen truth is that they will eventually become accustomed to (almost) any design. As such, any advantage realized by the "shiny new object" principal has a shelf-life...
Dearborn Public Schools is sharing the result of work the district has been supported in Moodle theme, which all along the way has received the support of classroom teachers, from design to feedback to testing. Bearing the name of...
This new integration between Moodle and Wordpress developed by Chris Kenniburg at Dearborn Public Schools in Michigan, USA.  The integration provides a widget to show a user's course enrollments/list which is displayed on Wordpress. The download code and instructions are...