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Dr. Martin Dougiamas - CEO & Founder of Moodle spoken about the future of Moodle with Bryan Alexander at Future trends forum. Bryan is the futurist, teacher, consultant, researcher working to know how technology transforms education. Future trends is...
Disponible en Español. A glimpse at the history of SCORM, starting along with the need for EdTech standardization, reveals a riveting tale. It might tell us something about its current limitations in Moodle. It might also give us an idea...
Under the philosophy of Constructionism, or the production of knowledge and learning by everyone and for everyone, Moodle hosts the Database Activity by default. But as is common with Moodle's power and flexibility, most of us need a little help...
The official Moodle OER (Open Educational Resources) repository at hub.moodle.org gives you access to a ton of resources for free. For example, check out: complete courses to make your own, into your personal or institutional Moodle site, interactive activities, lessons and...
Like many standardization efforts of education, they should be approached with care, and even a dose of skepticism. But adopting them is critical if there are any hopes of understanding the impact or evolution of a learning intervention. A...
Updated on May 29th, 2019. Chris Kenniburg, developer of the amazing "Fordson" theme for Moodle LMS and perennial candidate for swellest Moodler of the year, shares the Open Educational Resource (OER) from his Dearborn Schools District Moodle site. The "Frayer...
New Moodle users coming from different background or due to their inexperience with Moodle interface often find it difficult to navigate around the Moodle pages. Moodle similar to other Learning Management Systems comes with its own learning curve which...
In iMoot2015, William Lu has shared his presentation on how to use the database activity to make calculate-able database which works like a spreadsheet. The presentation is also a starting point for the Moodlers who have never used the database...