Get Ready for brand new experience with open source ePortfolio – Mahara 16.10 arriving soon! Check out what’s new #mahara

October 12th, 2016

Mahara – the most popular open source ePortfolio is all set for release of the brand new version i.e. Mahara 16.10 with many advanced features which will enhance the user experience and add brand new functionality in Mahara. Read More

Interesting discussion going about the Browser support for Moodle 3.2 #Moodle

August 30th, 2016

There is an interesting discussion going on in Moodle Tracker about updating the browser support policy for future Moodle releases started by Damyon Wiese – Moodle Core Developer. Since Moodle 3.2 will contain a new Bootstrap 4 based theme so Moodle has to support only those browser versions who are supporting Bootstrap 4. Read More

Check out this new Messaging Demo – Coming in Moodle 3.2

August 29th, 2016

Interesting discussion going on about Pluggable Audio/Video players in Moodle #Moodlecommunity

August 25th, 2016

There is an interesting discussion going on in Moodle developers forums right now about introducing pluggable audio video players in Moodle instead of a single player so that the site administrators can choose which players suits best for their purpose. Read More

Wanna allow workshop to assess without submission – Vote for MDL-52191#Moodle

July 11th, 2016

Many times you as a teacher might be thinking to allow the workshop activity to put into the assessment phase and skip the submission phase. Other teachers across the globe have also faced this hurdle and proposed a new feature request in Moodle Tracker (MDL-52191). Read More

#Moodle opted for Chart.js as its next generation charts / graph API backend

July 5th, 2016

Moodle has chosen Chart.js as its next generation Charts/Graph API backend. Moodle needs a new graph library to create advanced graphs with interactivity. Moodle 3.2 the upcoming stable release of Moodle will have the new Chart.js API and all existing core graphs will be converted to the new API. Read More

Final Voting started for Moodle Users Association projects @MoodleAssoc #MUA

June 17th, 2016

Final Voting for the first development cycle (January – June 2016) on the Moodle Users Association has started and you can cast your votes for the selected projects till 15th July 2016. So, now its the time to cast your vote for your favorite projects which you want to be included in Moodle core. Read More

Seeking Suggestions – New Theme for Moodle 3.2 #Moodle #Community

June 13th, 2016

Moodle 3.2 which is going to be the next stable release and scheduled for release in November 2016, will see a brand new theme in core. Damyon Wiese, the core Moodle developer is seeking the community feedback especially from the Moodle Theme designers about the changes to be done. Read More

Moodle 3.1 adds support for external Antivirus tool #Moodle #Antivirus

May 24th, 2016

Moodle has supported ClamAV from the era of Moodle 1.3 and by default, ClamAV was the only antivirus tool available for Moodle sites. In Moodle 3.1, a new plugin type is added to incorporate external Antivirus plugins developer by different service providers (see our previous coverage over the Moodle Tracker issue here.) Read More

Moodle Feature request – Display file license info in your Moodle course MDL-53025 #Moodle @indirakoneru

May 7th, 2016

During the first MoodleMoot India 2016, Dr. Indira Koneru who delivered a great presentation about “Promoting Access to OER through Moodle”; had suggested to show up the File license information like Creative Commons license and Copyright License in Moodle course wherever its possible.

Martin Dougiamas has also agreed to the feature requested as Moodle is already collecting a lot of information about the file license but those are currently hidden in the database. Read More