Teaching with Moodle into Week -3! With focus on Making the Grade #learnMoodle

August 22nd, 2016

The current edition of the official Learn Moodle MOOC i.e. Teaching with Moodle has now crossed its halfway mark and entered into the 3rd week. The popularity of the course has gone beyond leaps and bounds with more than 5700 participants from all over the globe. Read More

#LearnMoodle – Teaching with Moodle Week 2 kicks off with theme “Getting Involved”

August 16th, 2016

Teaching with Moodle MOOC also known as Learn Moodle MOOC has entered into the second week with more than 5.3 k participants (to be specific 5395 as on date)  from all over the world. The main theme for the second week will be “Getting Involved”. Read More

Media collection activity updated for Moodle 2.9

October 11th, 2015

Media Collection activity module for Moodle has been updated to a new version to support Moodle 2.9. Media collection activity plugin allows instructors/teachers to create a space for students to submit “galleries”. The galleries themselves have many display options the user can choose such as displaying in a grid or carousel, and defining the number of items to show per row/column and such. These galleries can be based on images, audio or video. Read More

Making a Thinglink Generico Template for Moodle by Justin Hunt @poodllguy

September 21st, 2015

Thinglink is an interactive media platform which allows you to share interactive media with your students/followers.

Justin Hunt the PoodLL guy has created a short video to demonstrate How to embed the ThingLink image in your Moodle course using the Generico Filter. You can watch the video below and here is the direct link. Read More

JW Player multimedia filter available for Moodle 2.6+

March 29th, 2015

If you want consistency of the player appearance in all major browsers and mobile platforms, then you can use this JW player multimedia filter to play HTML5 and flash content on your Moodle site.

The player supports flash fallback, providing more devices and formats coverage than either HTML5 or flash can handle alone. Read More