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Continuing the efforts to get the community more involved and to participate more freely, the closing event at MoodleMoot US 2017: New Orleans, held last July within Blackboard’s BbWorld, featured a panel with Moodle HQ’s Martin Dougiamas, Brian Carlson,...
The coldness of some January mornings were offset by the warming community and fervent work that took place at Lafayette, the Easton, Pennsylvania liberal arts college. It was the Winter Moodle Hack/Doc Fest, and the first of 2017, organized by...
Moodle has supported ClamAV from the era of Moodle 1.3 and by default, ClamAV was the only antivirus tool available for Moodle sites. In Moodle 3.1, a new plugin type is added to incorporate external Antivirus plugins developer by...
Moodle Forums are a wealthy resource of knowledge about Moodle and provide support to all Moodle users by experienced Moodle users. But for a newbie Moodlers, the forums may appear to be confusing at first. To ask for any help...
Since the inception of technology in teaching, the trends are changing on a daily basis. Now a days many teachers and lecturers use student response systems and clickers to add some real-time interaction during the lecture or presentation. Gavin Henrick,...
There is a relatively new doc posted over at Moodle.org that gives an interesting overview of the level of usage of the different analytical tools available within Moodle natively (that is, reports, blocks, activities, etc.). The usage stats were drawn...
Moodle Project is the best example of a community project and the Moodle Community is growing better day by day. Moodle Docs is a great resource for all Moodle users which is created by Moodle Community members from all...
Next week is a special event that any community member can join in. The dMoot has been run in the past and focuses on cleaning up and improving the ever helpful Moodle Docs in advance of the next release,...
If you are also looking for the usage of Meta course in Moodle, then here is a very nice video by Inda Johnson, Medical University of South Carolina, College of Medicine delivered during the MoodleMoot US 15 (#mootus15). The Course meta...
Here is a quick and short video by Synergy Learning showing the simplest way to add a file to your Moodle course page by drag and drop the file onto the course page. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NNNgeQnZaKU] Here is the direct link...