Interested in Learning Analytics – Check out: Completing the Loop Handbook for Educators and Learning Analytics Specialists

October 12th, 2016

Learning Analytics is the measurement, collection, reporting and analysis of the data about learners and contexts for understanding & optimizing the learning environment. Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching has shared a handbook for educators and learning analytics specialists titled – “Completing the Loop : Returning Meaningful Learning Analytic Data to Teachers“. Read More

New Moodle entity relationship (ERD) diagram for Moodle 3.1 available now #Moodle

September 7th, 2016

Entity relationship diagram (ERD) for Moodle 3.1 is released recently by Marcus Green (UK Based teacher and Moodle developer) which shows the relationships of entity sets stored in the Moodle database. Read More

Check out these Moodle Vagrant boxes to create your own local development environment #Moodledev

August 17th, 2016

Recently one of the Moodle community member Heitor Silva started a new forum thread by sharing his work for “MoodleBox – A Vagrant local development environment” along with comparison to other existing vagrant boxes and asking the community members to share their feedback. Read More

Show wordpress posts on your Moodle site using WordPress Feed block #MoodlePlugins

June 6th, 2016

WordPress, the most popular open source CMS based on PHP and MySQL is widely used by more than 26.4% of all websites over the globe. Many institutes, corporates, universities who are using Moodle as their Learning Management System (LMS) are using WordPress as their frontend Content Management System (CMS). Read More

Decide Moodle 3.1 requirements before 30 Nov – MDL-51580

November 26th, 2015

Development work has started for Moodle 3.1, which will be the next stable release of Moodle LMS and is scheduled to be released on May 2016. Moodle 3.1 will also be an LTS version similar to the lines of Moodle 2.7 which was the first LTS version from Moodle. Read More

#MoodleTip – Changing course start date at bulk

September 29th, 2015

Every year all the Moodle administrators has to recycle their courses and do a lot of things to cleanup the courses, which we are covering time to time on our previous posts. One other things which Moodle administrators has to encounter is to change the Course start date to a new date for all the courses on the Moodle site. Read More

“MySQL Reporting in Moodle” starts 1st Oct – by HRDNZ Moodle Partner @HRDNZHelpdesk

September 13th, 2015

Stuart Mealor (@stuartmealor) the managing Director of the Moodle Partner from NewZealand – HRDNZ (@HRDNZHelpdesk) has announced about the start date of the Online course “MySQL reporting in Moodle”. The course will starts from 1st October 2015 and it is a 8 week duration course which is delivered completely online, asynchronously, in a current stable release Moodle environment. Each week contains approximately 2-4 hours work. Read More

Moodle Jobs this week

July 30th, 2015

Moodle jobs database is a very good place to start getting work from your talent related to Moodle. It includes all kinds of entries posted by Moodle community members for the work related to Moodle including contract basis, full time, part time, remote location, onsite, offsite etc.

In the last week, these jobs are posted in the Moodle Jobs database (Please note that clicking any job title will open the job description on Moodle Jobs database): Read More

Moodle Jobs this week

July 23rd, 2015

Moodle Jobs, the database of all the entries posted by the Moodle Community members for any kind of work related to the Moodle. It includes all kinds of job entries like full time, part time, remote, on site, contract basis etc. If you are also a developer/designer looking to earn some money using your Moodle knowledge then you can have a look over these jobs here. The entries which caught my attention in the past week are as follows: Read More

Moodle 2.9 Entity relationship (ER) diagram

July 15th, 2015

Marcus Green has posted the Entity relationship (ER) diagram of the latest Moodle version i.e. Moodle 2.9. The ER diagram is a graphical representation of entities and their relationships to each other, within databases. It has been created using MySQL Workbench.

The Moodle 2.9 Database Schema is “reverse engineered” from the installed database using MySQL Workbench. Read More