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In a recent forum thread on Moodle.org forums, Michael de Raadt the Research Director at Moodle HQ has posted about the OECD report on Students, Computers and Learners. Its a report about computer use in schools and results in...
The usability study which was carried out by Michael de Raadt during the MoodleMoot US 2015 (#mootus15) is available now from the forum thread here. Acc. to the forum post by Michael: The study involved six participants. The participants were...
MoodleMoot Japan 2015 (#mootja15) which was conducted earlier this year from February 20-22 in Kyoto has published their research papers in the form of a Annual Journal. The journal contains the proceedings from the annual Moodle Moot which includes the...
This paper from Open Learning: The Journal of Open, Distance and eLearning discusses the early LMS market dominance by Blackboard and how Moodle garnered popularity across the world at institutions of higher education. The author, Eamon Costello looks at published rationale for...
Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania, University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB) and Johns Hopkins University recruited participants to learn a simple visual-motor skill and monitored their progress over the course of six weeks. During the six-week learning period, the research team...
According to new research by University at Buffalo education professor Sam Abramovich, The blend of digital technology and traditional merit badges, such as those earned by Boy and Girl Scouts, would provide an opportunity to both motivate and measure...
This week should have kicked off the 2014 Moodle Research Conference in Sunny California, sadly due to low submissions of papers the conference was cancelled back in late April. While unfortunate there are still ample opportunities to get your...
This 20 minute video details Paolo Oprandi's (of the Sussex eLearning team) doctoral research at the collegiate (post secondary) level in the UK. There's a great summary of the research covered in the presentation at the Sussex eLearning Team...
Another bit of Moodle Research Conference news, recently posted at Moodle.org is a call for "Working Group Proposals" for the 2014 event in Southern California. A working group provides an opportunity to bring together experts and practitioners across institutions to...
The Moodle Research Conference, which this year will be held in sunny Los Angeles, is looking for papers and presentations to be submitted by February 28th, 2014. Potential authors are asked to submit their full papers or posters, in...