Webinar on Top 10 New Features in Moodle 2.9 by Lambda Solutions

July 21st, 2015

Lambda Solutions is conducting a live webinar on 30 July 2015 (10am PT, 11am MT, 12pm CT) on “Top 10 New Features in Moodle 2.9“.

Moodle 2.9, has come equipped with over 300 new and improved features which are designed to help you save time, save money, and deliver learning more efficiently; so join this webinar on July 30th to learn about the most useful features in Moodle 2.9 Read More

Moodle release highlights – Videos by MoodleHQ

May 17th, 2015

MoodleHQ has released the release highlights videos of Moodle 2.9 which includes the improvements and new features incorporated in the new version of Moodle.

You can watch the playlist on Youtube here: Read More

New Quiz features coming in Moodle 2.9

April 12th, 2015

Among the new features coming in the Moodle 2.9 version, there are a lot of small changes in the quiz engine also. The maintainer of the Moodle Quiz Module and Question Bank, Tim Hunt posted some of the new features of the Moodle’s Quiz module coming in Moodle 2.9 which we covered in this post.

Other new features which are integrated before the code freeze includes: Read More

Moodle 2.9 new features

April 10th, 2015

Moodle 2.9 the upcoming version of the most popular open source LMS which is in the code freeze state now and waiting for the QA tsting to commence from 13 April onwards, contains a lots of new features, fixed bugs and improvements in the existing functionality. Read More

Notice to Moodle developers: Code freeze for Moodle 2.9 from 06 April

March 30th, 2015

In a recent forum post on Moodle.org development forums, Moodle’s Development Process Manager ‘Marina Glancy‘ posted a notice for all the Moodle developers about the cut off date for code-freeze for upcoming Moodle 2.9 version.

So, the Moodle 2.9 code will be freezes by 06th April 2015. The code freeze is a point after which no new code (only fixes to existing code) is accepted until beyond the release. This stabilization allows for QA testing and means developers are able to respond rapidly to bugs found. Read More