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Weeks away from its bearing, Moodle Open Source Development Coordinator, Sander Bengma lists Moodle 3.6's main threads the team is working on towards the November date, when the third "usability release" is is available across the Moodleverse. Improvements to the...
Ah, the Moodle Forum. For those who managed to figure out its ins and outs, it is a human treasure, or at least a cool hangout. The rest of us have definitely found a key piece of info or...
A series of trial features in Facebook Groups seems to be the social network's way of entering the EdTech field. For selected Groups, moderators can add "course units," which include topical contents and resources. An official spokesperson reiterated that the...
In the last article, we have seen how you can enable the social account login on your Moodle site using the OAuth login services and linked logins. This article will be in continuation and we will see how you...
Moodle 3.3 brought a plethora of exciting new features for Moodle users around the world. One of the most exciting new features of Moodle 3.3, is the integration with online office suites and allowing your users to login with...
Comme nous sommes le 1er vendredi du mois de Juin. C’est le bon jour pour partager quelques trucs et astuces avec vous. J’adore proposer à mes utilisateurs la possibilité de s’authentifier avec Facebook ou Linkedin sur mes sites Moodle. C’est...
Disponible en Español. A robust, intuitive experience, smooth interaction with desktop, and increased offline functionality are some of the new elements the Moodle Mobile 3.3 apps now offer learning communities around the world. ​Many of its new features are extensions of...
One of the most expected new features in Moodle 3.3 is the integration with online office suites. To settle the spirits, Moodle HQ took the diplomatic route and enabled both Google and Microsoft integration into Moodle's core functionality. There are...
As the decade marches on, and difference between learning and e-learning loses what little sense it still has left, teachers and other education professionals find in LMS like Moodle their "control tower". Plugins in particular have been critical in...