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If you are wondering where gamification is going next, arguably your best bet is to ask the experts. And when it comes to the LMS arena, few are more qualified than Branch Up. Since 2014, the team led by...
De facto new leader of US Moodle Partners, eThink Education continues its lunge forward. The latest leap: customers will soon be able to access game-based learning solution The Training Arcade right from their Moodle pages. A press...
Ever since the early 2010s when gamification began permeating more aspects of user interactions, the Moodle community started to show its interest, excitement, and healthy skepticism about the possibility of adding a “game layer” on top of education. Moodle HQ’s Adrian...
The following list is a sample of some of the more than one hundred academic journals related to e-learning or technology-assisted education. We've covered the latest relevant article from each. Would getting published in any of the following journals...
Disponible en Español. Mootivated adds a gamification layer on top of a Moodle Site. It consists of a mobile app that provides virtual rewards to students in the form of coins, which they can later spend on a virtual store. It...
H5P plugin for Moodle is the new way to add interactive media elements like Interactive Videos, Presentations, Games, Quizzes to your Moodle course. H5P provides the plugins for all major content management systems and LMS's around the world like WordPress,...
The Hot Pot module was on the Moodle 1.8 site that I cut my teeth on. The handy 3rd party module provides a way for teachers to create and share various quiz and game questions and then upload them...
  Got yourself a good set of quiz questions or glossary entries built up on your course? Good... We keep telling you to use more activities with your students... With those in place you can install the Game module on to...
Worth the visit and definitely worth the follow on Twitter (@teachwithMoodle), "I Teach With Moodle" is an experienced Moodler/practitioner's blog run by Frederic Nevers of St. Andrews International School.  Just a few posts and a videos so far (he...