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Great news for Dimdim staff and founders, but bad news perhaps for most of Dimdim's paid and open source users: Dimdim was acquired by Salesforce.com according to a recent announcement. Dimdim has been available as a Moodle integration for several...
This week I'll be focusing on reviewing the various released and soon-to-be-released Mobile (both native and web) apps for Moodle.  These apps each are for Moodle 1.9 or previous versions and are available either through the App markets on...
The Open University, after commissioning a survey of the alternative/rival LMSs available, has decided to continue using Moodle as it's primary Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) moving forward and is now planning it's site wide upgrade which will be a...
There's a great video from the Future of Technology in Education (@FOTiE) conference which was recently hosted by the University of London Computing Centre.  It's of a keynote by Miles Berry who talks specifically about open source in education...
If you're making a case for Moodle at your school or organization, be sure to check out the aptly titled Moodle.org resource: http://docs.moodle.org/en/Case_for_Moodle. Outlined on that page of Moodle docs is a guide to introducing your administrators and/or staff to open...
Anthony Forth (@anthonyforth) provided an overview of the OU Moodle Mobile project, mLearn at this past UK Moot at ULCC.  He provided us a few helpful links and some guidance as well so that we could comment here on...
MoodleMayhem just posted this to the listserv: On June 22nd and 23rd there will be a Texas MoodleMoot (part of the Texas Computer Education Association, or TCEA) in Forth Worth.  The two day event will follow other Moot formats and...
There are some interesting posts and developments coming from the Open University (http://www.open.ac.uk/) specifically concerning the use of mobiles ot access course materials and the OU site.  More at http://www.open.ac.uk/blogs/mLearn/. In a recent post Rhodri Thomas of the OU's Learning...