Monthly Archives: November 2011

The move to Creative Commons license for blog posts

It has been my intention for some time to move my blog posts to Creative Commons license and that is now in progress (with blog posts being retro edited in the content). Most I have discussed it with asked two … Continue reading

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Moodle 2.2 supports connecting to IMS LTI tools.

The upcoming release of Moodle 2.2 now has the IMS LTI or “External Tool” functionality which is going to be one integration type that I forsee being heavily used. But what is it? What is IMS LTI and why would … Continue reading


Moodle 2.2 Details

(update) Moodle 2.2 is now released. With most the Moodle 2.2 QA testing in full swing, I thought I should do a quick post on what we can expect in Moodle 2.2, and highlight what I am most looking forward … Continue reading


Using cohorts with Moodle 2.2

Cohorts are very useful in Moodle 2, but with the upcoming Moodle 2.2 release – cohorts become much more useful. It is not that the enrolment options have changed, so what has? Up until now, the only way to add users … Continue reading


How to separate students into two different activities using groups and groupings

As this has been a common query on mailing lists and twitter, so I thought I should do a short piece on the feature. This short article shows the process for setting up activities which are locked to group members only; … Continue reading


Edublog Awards 2011 Nominations

The Edublog awards are upon us for this year, and I would like to nominate some very worthy blogs that I enjoy reading. I would love to have nominated quite a few for individual blog, but had to choose one, … Continue reading

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