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The timeless power of storytelling is not only tied to its entertaining value. The devices it provides bring understanding, meaning, and in its most compelling form, a sense of wonder at the bigger picture. Chances are the books or...
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...
In this video, Moodle HQ Development Process Manager Cameron Ball gives us reasons why they decided to go with Video.js as the Moodle 3.2 default handler of video and audio files. The customizability and personalization of Moodle 3.2 knows no...
Lisa Leiva from the University of California, San Franciso, shares her tips for creating multimedia content in a blog post for Convergence, UCSF's Collaborative Learning Environment (CLE). I couldn't agree more with her foundation: planning is everything. Having a clear...
The current edition of the official Learn Moodle MOOC i.e. Teaching with Moodle has now crossed its halfway mark and entered into the 3rd week. The popularity of the course has gone beyond leaps and bounds with more than...
Teaching with Moodle MOOC also known as Learn Moodle MOOC has entered into the second week with more than 5.3 k participants (to be specific 5395 as on date)  from all over the world. The main theme for the...
Media Collection activity module for Moodle has been updated to a new version to support Moodle 2.9. Media collection activity plugin allows instructors/teachers to create a space for students to submit "galleries". The galleries themselves have many display options...
Thinglink is an interactive media platform which allows you to share interactive media with your students/followers. Justin Hunt the PoodLL guy has created a short video to demonstrate How to embed the ThingLink image in your Moodle course using the...
If you want consistency of the player appearance in all major browsers and mobile platforms, then you can use this JW player multimedia filter to play HTML5 and flash content on your Moodle site. The player supports flash fallback, providing...
Mat Bury, (@matbury and blogging at http://matbury.com) recently posted a new media module for Moodle.  Moodle inherently supports several media types, including audio, video (flash, mov and wmv) and embeddable content.  Mat's created a more flexible and powerful activity...