Monthly Archives: May 2012

Moodle 2.3 – Keynote from Martin Dougiamas at iMoot 2012

Today Martin Dougiamas demoed the Moodle 2.3 features in his keynote at IMOOT 2012. So for any who missed it, here is a quick summary. First Martin started off introducing the background to the changes to the course layout. The … Continue reading

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Some Features in the upcoming Moodle 2.3

As QA Testing has started on the Moodle 2.3 release I thought it is time to look forward to some the headline features and changes! It is expected that Moodle 2.3 should be released Mid-June (18th). Book Module Its been … Continue reading

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Moodle Research Conference extends submission deadline till 28th May

Earlier today Martin Dougiamas posted on Moodle.org about the upcoming Moodle Research Conference on 14-15 September 2012 in Heraklion, Crete. “The purpose of the conference is to support networking and sharing among those who are researching Moodle and thinking about … Continue reading

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Some criteria to review when considering a plugin

Although for my plugin reviews I do not do a comprehensive analysis, this is something I use in my consulting and training and recommend to people to think about these type of issues when considering implementing a 3rd party plugin. … Continue reading

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Moodle 2 Tool Guide in German

As you may remember I released a Moodle 2 version of Moodle Tool Guide which was created by Joyce Seitzinger (@catspyjamasnz). Ralf Hilgenstock of eLeDia and Susanne Gebauer and Gerald Hartwig have now completed the German version of the Tool … Continue reading

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Some upcoming conferences and Moots!

The conference season has really kicked off now, and they are coming quite fast over the coming months. 1st Moodle Research Conference – Sep 14-15 The call for papers on the 1st Moodle Research Conference being held in Heraklion, Crete-Greece … Continue reading

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