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A total of 161 plugins heeded the call and made sure their plugins were fully compatible as soon as users started to log on their brand new Moodle 3.4 sites for the first time. Some of the Moodleverse's favorite plugins,...
Quite often Moodle teachers needs to have a real time poll in their Moodle courses. The real time poll can be used in your Moodle courses to support flipped learning or to catch the attention of wide groups. Earlier during...
Virtual Programming Lab (VPL) which is an activity module to manage programming assignments. The salient features of the VPL module are: Enable to edit the programs source code in the browser Students can run interactively programs in the browser You can run...
The IPAL module provides a free, open-source solution that allows students to use a mixture of web-enabled devices (laptops, iPads, smartphones, etc.) to respond to in-class polling through a Moodle module. Currently this activity module supports only multichoice, true-false, and...
Don't forget this weekend can fulfill your Moodle presentation needs with live sessions through Sunday as part of the Moodle Moot Virtual Conference on WizIQ: Session schedule with links http://tinyurl.com/438r9cm Event page http://www.integrating-technology.org/ And, in order to better meet your Back to School series...
I need a hand: back to school week is approaching and as a follow up to our popular series last year I want to continue the tradition and publish some tips, tricks, lists and tutorials to help teachers get...
Thanks to all 30 of the Moodlers who took the time to fill out our poll yesterday about Mail/Messaging systems used in their Moodles.  Here's a quick synopsis of the data we collected: The majority of users rely on Moodle's...
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Just helping to spread the word of this poll by Joyce Seitzinger (aka @catspyjamasnz) http://twtpoll.com/js/badge.js http://twtpoll.com/badge/?twt=95a594&tbg=1&b=1&bt=1
We ran a quick, unscientific poll yesterday to try to figure what the consensus was on the Web 2.0-y-ness of Moodle.  When asked "Is Moodle Web 2.0?" of those that responded: 51% yes 49% no Looks like it's statistically even. It's not necessarily...