The best #Moodle Modules and Plugins – Presentation by Rafael Scapin @rscapin

June 9th, 2016

Rafael Scapin, the Coordinator of Educational Technology, Teacher & Moodle Evangelist at Dawson College, Montreal has shared a presentation on the best #Moodle modules and plugins on slideshare. The workshop presentation was presented at the annual Moodle Day at Dawson College (Montreal). Read More

POET Group February 2016 updates – 12 plugins reviewed #POETGroup #MoodlePlugins

February 20th, 2016

POET Group (Partners of Open Source Educational Technologies) which was created last year is catching up some pace and till date they have reviewed 12 plugins in total including the popular one’s like – Game, File trash, Recycle Bin, Configurable Reports, Level Up! etc.

Out of the total 12 reviewed plugins only 04 are accepted as Passed their review criteria and 07 plugins were marked as failed. The plugins which were not able to pass the review tests are as follows: Read More

Presentation – Configurable Reports as a Learning Analytics Tool by Elizabeth Dalton #iMoot15

October 30th, 2015

Elizabeth Dalton, the LMS admin in Granite State College United States has presented in the iMoot 2015 (#imoot15) about using the “Configurable Reports plugin as a learning analytics tool”.

Configurable reports plugin is a block maintained by Juan Leyva, and is a block to create custom reports without SQL knowledge by teachers and students. Read More

List of All Variables and Filters for Moodle’s Configurable Reports Plugin

August 22nd, 2015

Jonathan Moore, the founder of  eLearning Consultancy has shared the list of all variables and filters which can be used with Configurable Reports plugin in creating various reports.

Configurable Reports is a popular plugin for Moodle that allows administrators to create custom reports for Moodle and make them available to their end users. Read More

More reports added to the Ad-Hoc Query Contributed Reports page

June 22nd, 2015

We have earlier covered the Useful SQL queries in the past and now few more queries are added to the Ad-hoc contributed reports page by Elizabeth Dalton to provide learning analytics at the iMoot 2015.

The newly added reports includes: Read More