Joomdle 1.0.1 released

“Joomdle – Seamlessly integrate Joomla with the leading Learning Management System (LMS) Moodle.” Change: + Added support for course summary files + Added support for badges + Added new option to Joomdlehooks plugin to choose event to use for SSO + Added new option to enable/disable welcome email on course purchases + Added support for […]

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4 Ways to Increase User Confidence in Moodle

Moodle provides a great platform to aid in moving education online. But as with any new and disruptive technology, some people – teachers and students alike – are reluctant to adopt and even embrace it. However, there are ways to increase user confidence so that they can explore the software and in turn gain maximum […]

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Badges and Moodle Part 2 – Mark DuBois Weblog

Here are the steps I went through (along with screen captures).In Illustrator, I created a new file with a single artboard. I really didn’t care that much about the size as I wanted to have something which would be roughly 150 x 150 pixels as a finished product. I just needed room to work. The […]

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Badges and Moodle – Mark DuBois Weblog

I spent some time this summer investigating the potential use of badges in my courses for the coming fall, 2013 semester. I realize that some students will embrace this concept and others will not. I thought it appropriate to provide an overview of the process of working with earned badges on this weblog. In subsequent […]

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Game Logic in Moodle Overview

An attempt to create a better *PLE (personalized learning environment), drawing on the established editing game logic, for Moodle, is the aim of this project. The main underpinning principle includes activities and resources which are selected automatically by the computer and shown to the student. PLE (personalized learning environment) enables students to make progress at […]

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Creating Moodle Filters- Best Practices

Moodle filters make it possible to automatically transform your content before output or display. For example, filters make it possible for links to media files to be converted automatically into applets for playing the media, they can render embedded equations into images, can convent glossary terms automatically into links and many other things. There is […]

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Tin Can in Moodle

Tin Can expert Andrew Downes presented a webinar at iMoot in May 2014 about the way Tin Can interacts with Moodle.  Source: www.slideshare.net See on Scoop.it – Moodlicious

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