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Updated on July 25th, 2019 Dear Mr. Moodle! I heard that I can write questions for Moodle Quizzes much faster using XML code. Is that true? I have only basic knowledge of XML and HTML, will I be able to use...
The Moodle Users Association (MUA) has just announced the winner for its first Development Cycle of the Year. Thanks to the voting and ongoing development by the MUA members, soon Moodle will have a vast number of options to...
In the early days of MoodleNews, founder Joe Thibault looked the other way while a mysterious savant in all things Moodle took over. He was only known to us as "Mr. Moodle," a figure as cryptic as he was...
Demonstrating knowledge is a critical part in the learning process. For teachers, this means being clear about the ideas, topics and other materials that students are expected to learn as a part of lesson activities, and then testing whether or not...
Each year we've focused a bit of our September posts to helping teachers get their academic year started right. Each day this week we'll publish a simple trick, tip or resource list which we think will help to make...
Team builder is an activity module developed by UNSW, which allows you to build teams based off a set of criteria. It assigns students to groups based on their answers to a series of questions that you specify. You...
In a recent  post on Moodle.org forums, Tim Hunt proposed few changes on the behavior of random questions. Currently if a teacher choose 5 random questions from a category containing 10 questions in a quiz, then there is no certainty...
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...
I use GIFT format to import most of the question banks that I create or acquire from other sources. It's a great, easy to use way to add lots of questions to Moodle very quickly. One word of caution...
There is a wave of new services that help faculty and professors to curate student created questions, and in the days of the MOOC where there may be 1000s of students in a course online these are providing a...