Flipped Classroom with Moodle by Mark deBoer #iMoot15

January 2nd, 2016

Mark deBoer from University of Birmingham, presented during the iMoot 2015 (#imoot15) about using Moodle to create flipped classroom for your students.

According to the Flipped Learning network, flipped learning is: Read More

Inspired Uses of Choice Moodle Module by Paula Clough #imoot15 @paula_teach

November 17th, 2015

During the iMoot 2015 (#imoot15), Paula Clough a Moodle Enthusiast shared her presentation on the inspired used of the Choice module of Moodle.

The presentation is shared now on youtube and is worth watching of 50 minutes. She discusses the various features of the Choice Module and what are the advantages and limitations of using Choice module in your course. 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

#iMoot15 Customizing Moodle Mobile App – Branding and URL by Sam Suresh

October 22nd, 2015

Sam Suresh, the moodle community member from Malaysia, has shared his presentation during the iMoot 2015 (#iMoot15) on customizing the Moodle Mobile App – Branding and URL. Read More

A Hobbyist Developer’s Guide to Customizing Moodle by Richard Pilbery #imoot15

October 14th, 2015

Richard Pilbery the maintainer of EPUB book export plugin for Moodle has shared a great presentation/video guide during the iMoot 2015 (#imoot15) about customizing Moodle.

During the guide he has shared about converting an existing plugin to create a new one and Moodle’s Modular design and peek at Moodle’s File API. Read More

#iMoot15 – 25 marvelous way to Moodle by @dianadell

October 11th, 2015

Diana Dell, the educational technology consultant, conference speaker, and Moodle trainer for SqoolTechs has presented during iMoot 2015 (#imoot15) about using Moodle in different ways.

iMoot 2015 was the online Moodle conference held between 28 May 2015 to 01 June 2015 with participants form all over the world. The presentation session over 01 hour includes 25 marvelous ways to teach by using Moodle. You can also register for the demo course related to the presentation here: Read More

#MoodleTip Theme Customization for beginners by Gareth J Barnard #iMoot15

October 9th, 2015

In another video session recording from iMoot 2015 (#imoot15), Gareth J Barnard has shared his experience about customizing the Moodle theme. The presentation is very helpful for all the beginners who wants to know the basic elements of the Moodle theme and where to get started. Read More

#iMoot15 – Moodle for Beginners and how not to use just PDFs my Meg James

October 8th, 2015

iMoot 2015 (#imoot15) which was held in between 28 May 2015 – 01 June 2015 has seen some great presentation from the Moodle community members from all over the world.

Meg James presented during the iMoot 2015 about using Moodle as a fresher and why you should just upload all PDFs in the course. Since Moodle is an LMS, so its better to have some interaction with your students rather than giving some bunch of stuff to read. She also presented about the alternates to using PDFs resources to make you Moodle course more interactive. Read More

Moodle Security for Non Techies by Shane Elliott #iMoot15 #MoodleWorld #MoodleTip

October 8th, 2015

During the iMoot 2015 #imoot15 Shane Elliot, the Managing Director of Pukunui International, a leading online education services company, has shared his presentation about the security of your Moodle Site for Non Techies.

In the presentation he discusses the basic questions about the security of a Moodle site like “Is my site secure?” “Can anybody in the world see my course?” “I heard that the server got hacked – I don’t even know what that means!” “What should I do?” Read More

iMoot15 presentation – How to make calculate-able database activity

June 9th, 2015

In iMoot2015, William Lu has shared his presentation on how to use the database activity to make calculate-able database which works like a spreadsheet.

The presentation is also a starting point for the Moodlers who have never used the database activity. It shows how to add CSS, JavaScript to the database templates. Read More