Tag: Moodle

Moodle Authentication Methods You Need to Know

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Enter Now and Discover the Moodle Authentication Methods You Need to Know to Ensure Your Username and Password is Secure. Source: www.super-moodle.com See on Scoop.it – Moodlicious

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Creating Moodle Filters- Best Practices

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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…

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Tin Can in Moodle

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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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Moodle and LTI

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LTI is acroynm for (learning tool interactive) – yes, very vague, which means lots of options or LTI services that you can utilize. On a conceptual level, moodle can act as either; A LTI provider – where your…

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4 Valuable Reports From Moodle

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See on Scoop.it – Moodlicious Reports are a powerful tracking feature in Moodle LMS. They generate valuable information regarding the learners’ activity at the course level as well as the LMS site level.   By default, many types…

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LTI 2.0 Support coming to Moodle?

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See on Scoop.it – Moodlicious Moodle’s External Link resource is one of the most flexible in the educator’s/course creator’s tool belt. To date we’ve been using IMS Global’s LTI 1.1 standard to provide access from Moodle to an…

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Moodle.org is now very shiny

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See on Scoop.it – Moodlicious Introducing the new¬†moodle.org, the first of many improvements @MoodleHQ to better serve the#Moodle¬†community! The new homepage is intended to make it easier for you to find what you’re looking for and we also…

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Browser Detection in Moodle

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iyWare | Browser Detection in Moodle.

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Moodle 2.3.3, 2.2.6 and 2.1.9 are now available

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See on Scoop.it – Moodlicious Moodle 2.3.3, 2.2.6 and 2.1.9 are available via the usual open download channels (http://download.moodle.org, CVS or Git).   In addition to a number of bug fixes and small improvements, security vulnerabilities have been…

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10 ways to get reluctant teachers to use Moodle

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See on Scoop.it – EdTech 2.0 Whilst some teachers do not like Moodle because they have an aversion to using technology altogether, there are also ‘technophile’ teachers who simply do not like Moodle for other reasons (interface, clunkiness,…

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