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If it weren't enough for you that Moodle lets you and your learners create, edit and tweak pretty much anything in a course or learning experience, it also brings an entirely new layer of functionality: Your ability,...
Meaningful use of data, security and privacy; the role of success in institutions focusing further on student, and sustainability and affordability of digital business models, sum up the top 10 IT issues listed by Educause, a US-based, non-profit EdTech...
The latest, minor release of Moodle 3.5 is available for download and upgrade. Moodle HQ Open Source Development Coordinator Sander Bengma made the announcement. Mobile team leader Juan Leyva echoed it with new of version 3.5.2 of the Moodle...
There is a more philosophical way to frame this question: Can a robot get to know you better, without that knowledge being considered personal information about you? The problem of machine learning in the current GDPR age is just one...
Moodle 3.5 gave a definitive solution on the technical side to site privacy-responsible roles and concerns about the LMS’s ability to handle rules and user requests for their data and “information about their information.” However, it bears repeating: Moodle’s...
In our recent technological history, it has become almost a trope that regulation lags behind innovation. Usually, most of us seem to be fine with it. But when it comes to the protection of personal data, certain recent events...
While Moodle HQ prepares to make the core of the open source LMS compliant with the soon-to-be-enforced General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) by the European Commission, little attention has been given to the implications for Moodle plugins and third-party...
Following its acquisition of Whole Foods, tech giant Amazon inherited an ongoing process of implementation of an Order-To-Shelf inventory system. As reported, this has caused episodes of empty shelves and "angry responses." Anonymously interviewed employees have complained about shortages...
Data is today’s gold, but it’s yours only to borrow and return with value to students, users, and customers. Or at least that would be a very European way to think of it. The European Commission's GDPR rules have made...
An unintended consequence of the soon-to-be-effective GDPR body of regulations on user data and privacy seems to be an increased demand for people with a very unique skill set. In particular, demand is for people with the Goldilocks mix...