Monthly Archives: December 2012

More thoughts on MOOCs

So in my last post I looked at what I saw that made up a MOOC, the content, the assessment, discussion, assignment and a bit about the platform and my experience on a MOOC. This post is going to explore … Continue reading


Some random thoughts on MOOCs

Over the last few years we have seen Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC) go from few in number to now there are a good number of them out there, with the most recent announcement of  Futurelearn promising even more. What … Continue reading


Top Plugin downloads for the last 12 months (2012) recently added stats reports for plugins – an example of which is the Questionnaire Module Stats Page. It certainly has shown up some interesting information. As you can see, it includes the following graphs: Downloads by month in the … Continue reading


Command Line Moodle – MOOSH

Over the years I have seen a number of individual command line tools working with Moodle, providing non-web access to Moodle features to the server admin, however this plugin brings a suite of features into the open which should make … Continue reading


New Version of Moodle available – Moodle 2.4

The long-awaited Moodle 2.4 is here! The latest version of Moodle 2 has been released. It has been just over two years since Moodle 2.0 was released and Moodle HQ has maintained the new released schedule of every 6 months … Continue reading

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