PoodLL 3 is released recently by Justin Hunt popularly known as the PoodLL guy with a lot of big changes and a change of the business model. The new version of the PoodLL is the latest iteration of PoodLL for Moodle 3.1 with major changes. Read More
Justin Hunt (the PoodLL guy) who is the developer of most popular and favorite Moodle plugins like PoodLL, Generico Filter, Video Easy, Read Aloud etc has done it again with a brand new version of the PoodLL plugin for Moodle i.e. PoodLL 3. The new version is not yet released but it is expected soon. Read More
Call for submitting your presentation proposals for the upcoming MoodleMoot New Zealand 2016 (#MootNZX) has been extended till this Month end which means that now you can submit your presentation proposal before 31st July 2016. Read More
The last date for submitting your presentation proposals for the upcoming iMoot 2016 (#iMoot16) is 12th May. So if you are interested in presenting during the 2016 iMoot, then please submit your presentation proposals soon.
iMoot 2016 (#iMoot16) is scheduled to start from 26th May 05AM (UTC+8) upto 29th May 05AM. You need to create an account at the #iMoot16 website before submitting your presentation proposal. Read More
HRDNZ, the Moodle partner from New Zealand has announced the scheduled dates for their upcoming course on Introduction to Moodle Development as a part of their MoodleBites series of online courses.
Now you can test the reading fluency of your students in terms of Words Correct per Minute (WCPM) score by using the Read Aloud plugin which is developed by Justin Hunt (the PoodLL guy).
Read Aloud plugin allows the teacher to assign a reading passage and the student is required to record themselves reading the passage aloud. The teacher can later grade passages via the online interface and the student can see both their scores and the words that were marked as incorrectly spoken. The teacher can optionally enable a TTS(Text to Speech) feature that allows the student to hear the correct pronunciation of the word. Read More
Generico Filter is a very popular plugin in the Moodle plugins database which can do amazing things in your Moodle course by usage of text and code snippets.
Generico filter can be used to create different ad-hoc template purposes where writing a new plugin would be overkill, or just for re-using common pieces of text. It can be used to centralise and manage the embedding of iframe content from video hosting services, and educational app providers. Read More
Generico Filter has been updated to a new version compatible for Moodle 3.0 and having the ability to add more than 20 templates.
Generico Filter is developed by Justin Hunt and is a very popular plugin to create templates of code snippets and text that can be inserted into Moodle text areas. Read More