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Moodle's open source, free plugin repository at Moodle.org is home to 100s of 3rd party plugins which have been reviewed and released for download to the community to use on their own sites. The database includes loads of additional...
The GIFT format is a flexible and friendly format for creating quiz questions and importing them into Moodle. Among the different import options, I find that the GIFT format is the easiest to learn and best available if you...
Julian Ridden's Bootstrap-based Essential theme is a really great looking theme for your Moodle 2.5 site. It's very clean and modern looking and provides a host of customization options to make the them your own.  Here's a list of...
Moodle 2.5 is coming this summer and after seeing some of the features demoed during the General Developer's Meeting yesterday I can say that I am very excited.  Here are my top five improvements to Moodle 2.5: 1. Wordpress like...
This new integration between Moodle and Wordpress developed by Chris Kenniburg at Dearborn Public Schools in Michigan, USA.  The integration provides a widget to show a user's course enrollments/list which is displayed on Wordpress. The download code and instructions are...
I manage a professional certification site (Medinails.com) for nail technicians across the US and needed a quick theme project to make our Wordpress main informational site look more like the Moodle site (where the courses and assessments are delivered....
Wired Magazine is one of the only monthly publications I can read from cover to cover in one sitting and not skip an article.  Each one is masterly crafted and I consume it eagerly for it's new, fresh ideas...
I've talked quite a bit about free hosting options for Moodle since starting Moodlenews and it's because I believe these sites to be an important and positive aspect of the Moodle community at large.  I do respect and acknowledge...
Disclaimer: I'm no programmer; so I don't have much more than a cursory understanding of the development behind software like Moodle.  But this isn't so much of an opinion post as it is (I hope) a few thought provoking...
Jason Bedell, who just ran a successful TeachMeet event in Nashville recently posted a great tutorial on how to authenticate users from WordPress Multi User into Moodle.  This means that the most popular open source blogging platform was linked...