Moodle.net is the Moodle.org Open Community Hub – a directory of courses for download or to enrol in.
Course description plugin is also added to the Moodle plugins database in this week which displays the course name and the course description on the course page (at the location where it is placed).
The course description module enables text and multimedia to be inserted into the course page in between links to other resources and activities. Course descriptions are very versatile and can help to improve the appearance of a course if used thoughtfully. Read More
Youtube videos can be a good educational resource in any Moodle course. Teachers can use the youtube videos in their educational courses to enhance and develop their students’ understanding.
Here are 4 ways to use Youtube and Moodle in teaching about major historical events: Read More
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
Recently Jusitn Hunt (The PooDLL guy) has released another filter named Video Easy which will play mp4, mp3 and other media files with html5 players. It uses user editable templates to allow the admin to customize the appearance of existing players or to support new players. Predefined player templates support Video JS, Sublime Video, JW Player, Flowplayer and MediaElement.js Read More
Recently the popular activity plugin in the Moodle plugins database “JClic” was updated for Moodle 2.7 & 2.8 versions. JClic activity plugin allows the incorporation of JClic activities in Moodle and save its state. Read More