Monthly Archives: May 2013

Virtual Classrooms and Moodle

I have just finished the presentation/session at the online conference imoot. The below are the slides that I used in delivering the session that included some crowdsourced brainstorming, graphic interaction and singing. The session started with crowdsourcing a list of … Continue reading

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Moodle Add-ons Book released

One of the strongest reasons for using an Open Source GPL application is the freedom to bend it to your own requirements, to configure and customise it to your organisation’s business or process needs. With Moodle that often means using … Continue reading

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Moodle 2.5 is here!

As promised Moodle HQ has now released the much anticipated Moodle 2.5.  It is already available to download from the Moodle.org site and from GIT. The Moodle Docs for 2.5 are also available. There are a lot of cool new … Continue reading

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Moodle 2 Tool Guide -> DCU version

As you may remember I released a Moodle 2 version of Moodle Tool Guide which was created by Joyce Seitzinger (@catspyjamasnz). Now Mark Glynn of the Learning Innovation Unit at DCU has adapted it for Dublin City University. The other … Continue reading

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Moodlemoot Edinburgh 2014 – confirmed

As on the Moodlemoot.ie site: It has been only a few months since Moodlemoot Dublin, but things have been progressing quickly. We are delighted to announce that we will be running a Moodlemoot Edinburgh 2014 in partnership with Edinburgh Napier … Continue reading

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Moodle 2.5 and the Bootstrap based theme – Clean

Moodle 2.5 brings the a new theme into core. It is called Clean and it is based on the modified Moodle bootstrap theme which is maintained by Bas Brands which inherits styles and renderers from its parent theme. The Original … Continue reading

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