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To encourage the use —and help dispel some myths— of Open Educational Resources, particularly in the Ontario region, government-funded NGO Contact North has published a ten-item OER “Fact Sheet” with actionable and interesting data about OER and its latest...
Everyone uses Wikipedia, but there is a well-documented stigma from academia around the site (and similar Wiki-based operations by extension.) Sometimes, professors dismiss or ban usage of the site in the classroom—though admittedly this can be justified in some...
Do you want to add a Wikipedia like Table of contents box on some of your long Moodle lessons. A table of content box makes is easier for users to navigate directly to the section they want to read....
Por Apurva Mhatre [email protected] (Traducción: Cristian T. Duque) Story available in English. Moodle es el eje del aprendizaje basado en tecnología en instituciones educativas alrededor del mundo. Esto ha ocasionado que un gran número de desarrolladores acojan esta plataforma en sus proyectos e ideas,...
By Apurva Mhatre [email protected] Disponible en Español. Moodle is the base of technology-aided learning across schools and universities worldwide. As a result, a large number of developers have flocked to this platform, to contribute their ideas and become a part of the...
NMAI Lab is bringing to Moodle a practical answer to the age old question: What would happen if the Facebook and Wikipedia planets collided? Before SocialWiki, I though it would look something like this: Simulation of two planets colliding //s.imgur.com/min/embed.js With the...
The "Moodler" was present in Moscow for Edcrunch, a "unique platform" for everyone interested in the development of the world's education. He talked about the recent developments in Moodle and the Moodle community, with lessons for the global learning...
Our beloved LMS Moodle is now 14 years old yesterday. The journey started back on 20th August 2002 with the release of Moodle 1.0 which is marked as the official birthday of this awesome open source LMS. With this 14th...
Our beloved LMS Moodle has turned 13 years old today!! The initial version of Moodle 1.0 was released on 20 August 2002 and time has flown like anything and now we are celebrating the 13th birthday of Moodle. Here is...
If you want to provide students with a quick and easy means of searching Wikipedia right from your Moodle site, try out the Wikipedia Block: https://moodle.org/plugins/view.php?plugin=block_wikipedia.  The block is available for Moodle 2.x (tested on my 2.0 site). Easy to use,...