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QR codes are 24 years old and, unless you’ve ever been to Asia, there is a good chance you believe the technology had a decent, if unremarkable, run. In the meantime, QR codes are the de facto way to...
Not all of education’s most pressing questions have answers in the form of tidy sets of numbers that are easy to graph and scrutinize. This could be part of the reason analytics could actually kick off a “qualitative renaissance” of...
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,...
Have you ever thought about the success of Pokemon Go! game? One of the main reason behind its huge success is the inventive game play which requires players to go outside and search for the Pokémon characters. Do you...
The Treasure Hunt plugin allows teachers to create real-life treasure hunts and quests using geolocation and QR codes. Students can use mobile devices to participate in the adventure taking place in the world at large without having to download...
Are you looking for a Moodle theme which can create stunning look for your learning environment as well as improve the overall teacher's and students happiness? Fordson theme is the solution for making all users happy and give a...
Disponible en Español. The race for the fastest possible way to enroll on a Moodle course is on at Dearborn. The developers at this Public Schools District from the Greater Detroit area, to whom we also owe the "Fordson" theme,...
A lot has been written about the "best but not the fairest" form of government, but an educator can only communicate most of its key details and caveats, than in a practical scenario with their students. The December revision of...
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...