Monthly Archives: June 2012

Linking to a file in another course in Moodle 2.3

One of the new features of Moodle 2.3 is the ability to reference another file with an Alias/Shortcut. This means that instead of just copying an instance of a file you can reference it instead, so that if another file … Continue reading

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Moodle 2.3 is available

In the last hour Moodle 2.3 came out of beta and was released. Based on feedback from recent training and demo sessions – many will be shifting their focus to upgrade to 2.3 this summer instead of Moodle 2.2. Well … Continue reading

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Upcoming Moots in July and August

In July and August there are some really great MoodleMoots ready to tempt your attendance! Moodlemoot Australia, July 1-4 This held in the Gold Coast Queensland. The conference theme is ‘Riding the Wave’ and they have an impressive speaker list … Continue reading

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A Simplified Chinese version of the Moodle 2 Tool Guide

We now have a Chinese version of the Tool Guide so that makes six languages for the Moodle 2 Tool Guide. Sun Zhigang, from the Harbin Institute of Technology in China has kindly produced a simplified Chinese version of the … Continue reading

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Reflection on a keynote from Dublin eLearning Summer School

Background Today I was lucky enough to attend the “Bridging the Gap” Dublin eLearning Summer School 2012 held in the Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) in Ireland. This summer school is in its 10th year and has a wide range … Continue reading

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Mahara UK 2012 Conference Programme

Having seen the list of presenters and presentations at the Mahara UK 2012 conference I am more disappointed in not being able to attend, but one cannot be everywhere. The conference is being held in the Lancaster University, University Conference … Continue reading

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