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H5P is fast becoming the most preferred choice of educators around the world to create interactive content. It's open source nature, ease of sharing and reusing are the main reasons for its popularity. H5P is also very much popular...
With Moodle 3.4 and its “Early Bird” badge, the “Moove” theme for Moodle is launching Version 2,  a “more clean, concise and beautiful” experience. This set of new features is visible across “Moove” sides: Frontpage: Uniform design in the background...
Do you want to learn Moodle effectively using the best practices? Are you also looking for concise and appropriate resources for learning Moodle? RTR learning center has created a brand new series of Moodle courses which are dedicated to deliver...
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...
Recently Featured courses block was released in the Moodle plugins directory which enables you to select some courses to be displayed on front page. For each course, the block will show it's name with a link to course page, it's...
Here's a 2 minute video by Webanywhere that shows how to edit the front page of Moodle.  Just a quick and easy way to add information, customize the start page or redesign the user experience with Moodle features or...
When setting up a new Moodle site one of my first considerations is if I'm going to employ the myMoodle page to simplify navigation for all users.  What I've found though is that there are several screens and menus...
Your Moodle's front page is generally the first impression of your Moodle site that visitors and students receive every time they point their browser at yourmoodlesurl.com.  In general Moodle front pages look surprisingly similar to the interior of an...
This question was asked recently on the Moodle.org forums (http://moodle.org/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=148753#p650609).  The user wanted to embed a Slideshare.net presentation onto the Moodle home page only for users that who were not yet logged in to see.  The question was fielded...