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متوفر باللغة العربية Updated on August 14. Eummena has announced its status as Official Moodle Partner in Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine, Saudi Arabia, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), making...
It seems like a simple question, but at every turn there are strategic, financial —of course— and increasingly social and even humanitarian considerations to make. It seems clear at first that having a one-stop...
Click here to jump straight to the Open Source Video alternatives Updated on June 24 with the revelations about Zoom denying service to U.S. and Hong Kong based activists upon request by the Chinese...
When we get to the cold-hard facts of budgets and spending in education, the tools economists have to offer simply cannot be ignored. With outstanding questions about the optimal use of resources and efficacy, long-term effects, and rates of...
It's disheartening to know that for many learners today, online learning is still a luxury. It is a reality among the developing world and even in countries like the U.S. And let's not get started on the...
The internet, when looked at from the right vantage point, is a wondrous labyrinth filled with pockets of collegiality. Most of the top players in the "LMS Space Race" have a thriving community of...
By Sill Pontes, Senior Open Source Instructional Designer,and Gilney Carvalho, Software DeveloperTODRAW.COM.BR Leia este artigo em português no TODRAW. Isn't it the dream of every teacher and instructional designer to make...
Some sources could be partially or fully in Chinese. On the heels of Apsara 2019, the Alibaba Cloud showcase conference, we come back to the companies shaping the EdTech landscape of China and the...
eCreators Talking Moodle eCreators' Dani and Prathiba made room from the regular scheduling of the "Talking Moodle" series to let us sneak a very tiny peek on Moodle Workplace, the new gamble to conquer...
AI Competency Roadmap I love technology. I love apps. Also I'll be the first to admit the design and development process is 80 to 92% tedious bordering on nightmarish. And it compounds. An application...