EduTechnica team have released the LMS data updates for Fall 2016 and our adored open source LMS – Moodle has been the second most popular LMS by number of institutions and stays a popular choice for smaller colleges. Read More
Centre for Learning and Performance Technologies has recently published the list of top 200 tools for online learning and our beloved open source LMS – Moodle has got the 27th position worldwide, which is inferior as compared to the last year performance. Read More
Moodle’s default look has not changed considerably since it’s inception but for the next Moodle version release, the Moodle HQ team is working very hard to improve upon the usability by making major navigation improvements. The major changes includes a brand new Moodle theme project, improved messaging UX interface, LTI improvements etc. Read More
Babson Survey Research Group (BSRG) published a new report relating to the OER usage in US higher education titled “Opening the Textbook – Educational Resources in US Higher Education“. The report shows that OER is not a driving force in the selection of materials. Read More
Voting for selecting the Moodle Users Association (MUA) committee members for the next year is now open and you can cast your vote to select the best candidates for the committee before 29th September midnight (GMT+8). Read More
Thanks, Martin! (#ThanksMartin) is an initiative started by University of Vic – Central University of Catalonia, to record your personal video message for thanking Martin Dougiamas (@moodler) for his decisive contribution in the field of education and changing the lives of many persons around the world.
University of Vic – Central University of Catalonia, will award Martin with honorary doctorate for his work in improving the education system all over the globe. Read More
Voting for the favorite topics, which you would like to be included in the Moodle core, has been started on Moodle Association and will continue till Monday, 14 March 2016.
Moodle Plugins usage survey which was conducted by Moodle HQ from 24 September onwards, Michael de Raadt the Research Director at Moodle HQ has published the report from the survey.
The plugin usage survey was closed on 21 October and seen a participation from more than 350+ persons all over the world. The survey and its results analysis were driven by a number of research questions as follows: Read More
In the recent plugins usage survey conducted by Moodle HQ, the statistics collected shows the usage of different learning analytics tools available in Moodle. There are a number of reports, blocks and other plugins for Moodle that provide learning analytics. Some are standard plugins (part of the standard distribution) and some are third-party plugins (available from the Plugins Directory). Read More