Monthly Archives: July 2012

Book Giveaway: Moodle Gradebook – By Rebecca Barrington

As you may have seen I recently reviewed the excellent book – Moodle Gradebook – By Rebecca Barrington. So now you have a chance to win an ebook of this excellent resource from Packt Publishing by anwering two questions in … Continue reading

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Moodle latest releases 2.3.1, 2.2.4, 2.1.7, 2.0.10, 1.9.19

For those who may have missed it recently, the latest versions of Moodle were releases a few weeks back. For those still using Moodle 1.9 – there was a release of 1.9.19 – which is supported for security fixes only. … Continue reading

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Upcoming conferences in September and October 2012

In September and October there are some really great MoodleMoots ready to tempt your attendance! Swiss Moodlemoot, Sept 7-8 This held in the PHZ Luzern UNI/PHZ-Gebäude (UP) in Lucerne. Topics include Moodle Course Practice, Mahara, Moodle plugins and Mobile Learning. Joyce … Continue reading

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Learning how to Master the Moodle Gradebook

The Gradebook in Moodle is like the memory of the Learning Management System. It is the place that Grade information is transferred from a completed graded activity into a set structure, stored and then retrieved using various reports. The basic … Continue reading

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Review: CSV Enrol Block

Today’s plugin for review is the very recently released Enrol CSV block by Ted van den Brink from Brightalley.nl. Background This block was created by Ted van den Brink from Brightalley in the Netherlands and just released in June 2012 with … Continue reading

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Languages at Warwick- Moodle 2 Tool Guide

Teresa Mackinnon from the Languages @ Warwick team have released a tailored version of the Moodle 2 Tool Guide that they use in Language learning to incorporate the other tools they use. Their portal is a talking Mahoodle – it … Continue reading

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