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By Elton LaClare There are countless reasons why you want to look into adding subtitles to your Moodle. Captions accompanying audio or video content can support hearing-impaired learners or accommodate speakers of other languages. But there are hundreds of possibilities beyond...
By Dasha Sokolova It is high time to look back at what 2016 brought to us. Regarding Moodle, the LMS passed many milestones, bringing new capabilities to millions of educators and students all over the world. Take a look at...
Video.js is an Open Source media framework that supports dozens of video, music and audio files. Beginning with Moodle 3.2, is also the default media player for the LMS, as announced in a recent Moodle.com press release. Video.js is already...
In this post, I've deconstructed the entire video highlights playlist that was published by Moodle HQ in conjunction with the recent release of Moodle 3.2. Moodle 3.2 Overview The introduction to this playlist (see video at the top of this...
Moodle 3.2 is now available for download. It is not a beta or a release candidate. Moodle.com has released an infographic highlighting the changes that come with the release. Thanks to the community of volunteer education technologists that has supported it...
Dr. Martin Dougiamas, CEO and founder of the Moodle project, speaks about the upcoming features in Moodle 3.2 during a live session on Periscope yesterday. The session was organized by Moodle HQ team to answer the queries of Moodle...
Video Easy filter, which is developed by Justin Hunt (the PoodLL guy), has been updated recently to support the Moodle 2.9 version. VideoEasy is a filter to play mp4, mp3 and other media files with html5 players. It uses user...
Recently Jusitn Hunt (The PooDLL guy) has released another filter named Video Easy which will play mp4, mp3 and other media files with html5 players.  It uses user editable templates to allow the admin to customize the appearance of...