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Do you want your plugin, theme, Moodle site or custom development featured in our Top of 2018? Let us highlight you first! Contact us for sharing your latest work with the community. Indian Moodle development team Edwiser is upgrading its...
Recently, the official Moodle blog reviewed Moodle features. Some of them are more popular and better known by casual users, and some can be considered "obscure." But in both cases, taking a deeper look even at Moodle's most distinguishing...
Online courses always includes embedded videos and other media files for better understanding and interaction among users about the subject. Online learning is not possible without embedding media files and sharing handouts within your course. Moodle also supports all...
Part of the push for a more intuitive interface, file drag-and-drop is now enabled in any Moodle 3.3. course page. All it takes is activating "Editing mode" by clicking the gear at the top right corner of the section. This...
In continuation to our last post yesterday about the Top 10 H5P content types to use in Moodle Course - Part:1, today I am going to cover the balance 5 content types which can be used in your Moodle...
Moodle released its latest version for Mobile systems iOS and Android (Version 3.1.2). It simplifies many common issues for students, such as submissions, a topic we covered recently. A long list of improvements, bug fixes and new issues show Moodle's...
At the Moodle Journal there are some professional impressions about Moodle 3. A recent post by Barry Spencer, who is using Moodlerooms, was particularly helpful. Moodlerooms is a Blackboard product that customizes and integrates Moodle with their large portfolio of...
Custom certificate plugin is a new plugin released in the Moodle plugins database which allows the dynamic generation of certificates with complete customization via the web browser. Custom Certificate is an activity plugin developed by Mark Nelson and is available...
I've never been to a meeting with anyone where they said, "You know, I was wondering how I might put a little more work on my plate." This holds for pretty much every profession out there, but as we...
Last October we reported on the Paul Nicholls plugin that allowed Moodlers to drag and drop images into the Atto editor. This tool was a fantastic and welcome edition to the suite of 20+ plugins that extend Atto's functionality. I'm...