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Updates made on August 23rd. With the help of the University College of Estate Management in Reading, England, the Blackboard research team asks: Are large enrollment courses fundamentally different from small enrollment courses? What course facilitation practices can reduce the impact...
Online forums, in all their different iterations, are a hotbed of activity across the internet. From social media and comments sections, to image boards, to more specialized and exclusive venues, forums carry the weight of our minds. The simplicity...
While shiny features like "Boost", Competencies, LTI, or the dashing new media player took up our headlines, a lot of effort by true heroes who developed Moodle 3.2 has gone into smaller upgrades. They are improvements to the most popular Moodle...
Moodle Forums are a great place to start getting support from the community, share ideas and meet others in a community of your preferred language. Moodle forum are available for almost all major language communities. Support requests for Competencies feature...
Moodle 3.1, the next LTS version and much awaited release of Moodle LMS is under continuous integration period and the QA testing for the same will commence by this weekend. UPDATE - Just now, Helen Foster has announced the commencement...
Before the final dusk of 2015, an another useful forum thread started by Fernando Acedo about "What do we need to make Moodle better?" which is based on the outcomes of another discussion thread "What do you want in...
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...
Here's a quick (3 minute) video that highlights how Youtube videos can be embedded by students in new forum posts. A handy primer on how students can also embed content. Note that the process in the video requires two things: that you...
If you're using forums similarly to how Moodle.org does (where a course may have many different forums all for a different subject or purpose) keeping order within the forums can be important so that enrolled users aren't getting automatically...
Here's a cool tool you could add to a Moodle site so that users could see multiple threads from different activities all pulled into one place in their course online. The Block is called "Forum Aggregator" and is developed/maintained...