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The Ad-Hoc database queries plugin is the simplest way I know to get started with data science in Moodle. Ideas about the right data science process vary, but their shape does not differ too much from the following: Create a...
Newly appointed President of the Moodle Users Association, Emma Richardson, has followed through on her promise to increase the frequency and quality of communication from the community to the group’s membership and the Moodleverse whole. Early last week, she released...
Moodle Quiz engine is the most powerful and customizable quiz engine among all the modern online learning environments. You can customize the Moodle quiz to meet the need of all students by creating different question types, importing questions from...
Moodle, the most popular open source LMS in the world will reach a new level of community support when the total number of commits to Moodle core will be more than 100k contributed by more than 525 developers across...
Often new Moodle developers create few coding style errors because of unawareness about Moodle's coding style. Tim Hunt and Eloy Lafuente are maintaining the Code Checker plugin which works for all Moodle 2.0+ versions. The Code Checker plugin is a...
Earlier this month we have shared the presentation by Jenny Gray – Head of Centre of Excellence (Technical), IT Architecture at Open University about the journey of Open University with Moodle in last decade. The keynote speech delivered by Jenny...
I am pretty excited for Moodle 3.1 and the usability improvements that its release will usher in. So, it was with great interest that I tuned into the conversation last week at the latest General Developers Meeting hosted by HQ....
Moodle Developer Meeting was organized yesterday and a lot of issues were discussed in the meeting like: Competency Based Education in Moodle 3.1 Moodle Mobile and Integration User Interface and stability Moodle Developer course Improvements in the Moodle Quiz If you were not able to...
Next Moodle community developer meeting will be held on 17 February 2016 from 13:00 UTC. The agenda for the developer meeting is as follows: What does the launch of the Moodle Association mean for Moodle developers? - Martin Dougiamas, HQ Competency...
Another good forum thread live on Moodle.org forums is "Are rubrics really a good thing? Upcoming webinar" started by Tim Hunt discussing views by different Moodle community members about using the rubrics. The webinar by Emeritus Professor Sue Bloxham (University...