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Allocation form module, which is is designed to allow instructors of a course to create slots that the students can sign themselves, is anew plugin in the Moodle plugins database which is released in this week only. The Allocation form...
Mary Cooch (@Moodlefairy) once more posted some more tips about writing collaboratively in Moodle on the Moodle forums. She discussed pro's and con's of Wiki, group assignment with online text, linking to an online doc etc. Few other Moodlers also...
A bug discovered in the newly released 2.8.0 has prompted a quick update and release of 2.8.1 for anyone who might have upgraded their site already. This syntax error in the Wiki module is the culprit: https://tracker.moodle.org/browse/MDL-48204. In the case that...
Using Wikipedia as an example, Mary Cooch discusses the possibilities of a Wiki in Moodle and showcases the process of how to set one up in your course. The video was created for the LearnMoodle Mooc last September and...
Here's a 4 minute video by Moodlerooms that highlights the creation of the Wiki Activity. From filling out the fields to managing the settings this video has it covered, the video also explains Wiki Modes (collaborative and individual) in...
One of my joys in life as a Moodle site administrator is scouring the Net to unearth gems of Moodle activity modules of earlier years. Such is the case with Mediabird Study Notes. It allows you to add private and...
Link: http://gogreenwithtech.wikispaces.com/Moodle This is a great collection of Moodle resources, videos and tips which might be used by anyone doing a training or learning Moodle on their own. I especially liked the "Reasons for Use" section which helps to answer the "why...
It’s back to school week! We have all the tips and tricks for getting a jump start with Moodle this school term and will be sharing a few of our favorites all this week. Our 3rd tip for putting...
I'm a fan of the original Goomoodleikiog video by Leigh Murrell (@leighmurrell) and Heidi Beezley (@heidibeez), but this follow up video explaining the technologies to students is just too good not to share. Here's a link to their website: http://goomoodleikiog.com And...
If you're looking for a more robust Wiki module and don't want to wait for the upgraded wiki in Moodle 2.0, consider checking out OUWiki. OUWiki is an alternative wiki activity for Moodle which is fully supported and updated by...