Merry Moodle 3.2 Holidays! ‘Early Bird’ Badge Recognitions

Happy Moodle 3.2 Days! 'Early Bird' Badge Recipients

We believe developers who go the extra mile in keeping Moodle tidy and sleek for the benefit of the world’s learning community deserve to be acknowledged. Here are the recipients of Moodle official “Early Bird” badge, due to its compatibility testing for Moodle 3.2 just in time for its release. We have covered only some […]

Thoughts On The Current Moodle 3.2 Prototypes

We Tried The Prototype Features For Moodle 3.2

Moodle has five prototypes available at prototype.moodle.net. Each one includes a new feature in development stage. We tested them to assess their likelihood to be admitted in Moodle 3.2, scheduled for next November. Collapsible PDF Annotations It is a seemingly small improvement to the annotation feature in the Moodle Assignment activity which allow teachers to jot […]

Are You Saving Time With Assignments In Moodle 3.1?

Moodle 3.1 is making strides on a persistent instructor request by unifying the grading interface of the Assignment activity. In a recent post, they explain how a teacher can see an “assessment stream” to grade one after the other. Student menus also allow to see a personal grading page. Grading is, by far, the most […]

Create dynamic PDF certificates in Moodle using Custom certificate plugin #MoodlePlugins

Custom certificate plugin is a new plugin released in the Moodle plugins database which allows the dynamic generation of certificates with complete customization via the web browser. Custom Certificate is an activity plugin developed by Mark Nelson and is available for Moodle 2.9 onwards. The plugin allows you to create a PDF certificate for your […]

Presentation activity module update for Moodle 2.9 @matbury #MoodlePlugins

Presentation activity module which is an activity module and maintained by Matt Bury has been updated to a new version which supports Moodle 2.7, 2.8 & 2.9. Presentation module displays multimedia HTML5 presentations and slide shows in users’ web browsers. A web friendly and more feature rich alternative to MS PowerPoint and PDF. However, presentations […]

#iMoot15 – Moodle for Beginners and how not to use just PDFs my Meg James

iMoot 2015 (#imoot15) which was held in between 28 May 2015 – 01 June 2015 has seen some great presentation from the Moodle community members from all over the world. Meg James presented during the iMoot 2015 about using Moodle as a fresher and why you should just upload all PDFs in the course. Since […]

NitroReportPDF Module for Moodle

Nitroreport PDF module for Moodle is a module, which allows to generate reports in PDF and XLS, XLSX and ZIP files with the data from the quiz attempts by users. The plugin is still under development and is available from the GitHub page of the author Jarosław Maciejewski. Currently it works with Moodle 2.9 only […]

New in the Plugin Repository: Recent Files Block

Here’s a cool block that lets you showcase what newest files have been uploaded to a course. As a student you can see the files and docs uploaded and even pin them in the case the final project paper instructions are posted as a PDF and you don’t want to lose them. The Recent Files […]

Moodlemoot US Presentation decks available online

If you’re interested in checking out the slide decks for the many amazing presentations given last week at the 2015 Moodlemoot US you can download and view many of them from the Presentation database at Mootus15.Moodlemoot.org. Here are a few presentations that you should definitely check out: Moodle at Scale: Growth Doesn’t Have to Be Painful […]