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Moodle as the name suggests is modular in nature and that is the main reason behind its popularity. You can develop a new Moodle Plugin to add a new functionality in Moodle. At present, Moodle plugins directory has more than...
The Moodle GIFT formatting language allows teachers and designers to create interactive content and assessment activities using only the default text editors and a simple set of rules based on special characters. By recognizing symbols as layout cues, GIFT...
Moodle HQ has released the release highlights of Moodle 3.0 on YouTube comprising 10 videos showing the various new features of Moodle 3.0 The videos includes the following topics: Moodle 3.0 release highlights New Question types in Moodle 3.0 Plugins in Moodle 3.0 Course...
Andy Mann and the MI Moodle Moot Webinar Series recently had Marcus Green on to provide more details about how the Gapfill Question Type works. While we've written about this plugin before, this is truly information from the source...
This question type by Marcus Green (who showcased the easy to use DDMarker type last week) has also released the Gapfill Question Type for Moodle which Mr. Green says "can be explained in just this 7 word sentence: 'Put...
The Moodle.org forums are a great way to learn about new approaches to accomplishing any task in Moodle. If you're not sure how to start, Moodle.org is a great place to ask. Just be sure to be clear and...
Jean-Michel Védrine has shared a Moodle Question Format Importer for Canvas LMS in the case you are moving from Canvas to Moodle. Due to variations in the QTI standard between learning management systems there's no guarantee that your questions...
Moodle HQ recently announced the two participants of the 2014 Google Summer of Code, Jayesh Anandani and Vignesh Panneerselvam. Each participant will work on a Moodle related project closely with a mentor from the Moodle community/HQ team and be...
If you're a Chemistry teacher you might be interested in two recent resources available through the Moodle.org network. 1. The first is EasyOChem Question Types for organic chemistry which include selection, drag and drop, Newman Projections, Fischer Projections, Lewis Structures...
Three Minutes. Matching Question Types. And Go: Direct video link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kC7oLe9wOWA [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kC7oLe9wOWA]