Secure your Moodle credentials using the Latch plugin for Moodle @ElevenPaths #Moodle

June 20th, 2016

Online credentials theft is moving towards more sophisticated methods which is making it increasingly difficult for users and companies to protect themselves. So, you need some methods/services to reduce the attacks directed at your online services. Latch, a service by ElevenPaths provides your end users to lock the service account or selected features conveniently, when they dont want to use them. Read More

Let students enroll in your #Moodle course easily using Enrolment key based self-registration plugin #MoodlePlugins

April 27th, 2016

Another new plugin released this week in Moodle plugins database is – “Enrolment key based self-registration” which effectively combines the email based self registration and then using the enrollment keys to enroll in a course into a single step.

As of now with the existing setup a student has to first fill out the registration page and then confirm the email through his email client. After confirmation, he has to navigate to the specific course and then enter the enrollment key to enroll himself in the course. Read More

Authenticate students by facial tracking using SMOWL’s Face Recognition Plugin

October 15th, 2015

It is common problem among all the educators to verify that the individual taking up the Moodle course is the same person whom they have enrolled. Now, you can track the students through SMOWL’s face recognition plugin which is a continuous online student authentication system based on facial recognition technology. Read More

Moodle Jobs this week

September 25th, 2015

Moodle Jobs database maintained by Moodle HQ is a good way to start taking Moodle jobs from the Moodle community members who cant afford Moodle Partners or may have very small amount of work or else needs a full time developer,programmer. Read More

Authentication plugin – Email-based self-registration with admin confirmation updated for Moodle 2.9

September 14th, 2015

In a recent update to the useful authentication plugin – “Email-based self-registration with admin confirmation”, the plugin has been updated to a new version 1.2 which is compatible for Moodle 2.9

The plugin provides the capability to setup the email-based self-registration with admin confirmation instead of user confirmation on your Moodle site. The confirmation email is sent to the main admin account’s email address. When the admin clicks on the confirmation link, a “welcome” email is sent to the user. Read More

10 key Moodle terms explained by

July 18th, 2015

Since some of the key terms in Moodle terminology can be intimidating for a new Moodler, so has published a quick list for the key terms to help newbies learn Moodle easily.

According to the original post (read the original post here and here): Read More