4 more sparkling Moodle jobs to move your career #moodlejobs

August 30th, 2016

Hey Moodlers, this week we brought 4 more sparkling Moodle jobs to make a move with your Moodle career. The new jobs in this week are mainly focused for contract employees or persons looking to work in Part-time. Read More

Moodle core will have 100k commits soon #MoodleDev #Moodle

May 17th, 2016

Moodle, the most popular open source LMS in the world will reach a new level of community support when the total number of commits to Moodle core will be more than 100k contributed by more than 525 developers across 57 countries.

Currently the list of developers with most git commits is topped by the first Moodle developer – Martin Dougiamas followed by Petr Skoda, Eloy Lafuente (stronk7), Tim Hunt from Open University & Sam Hemelryk. Read More

Update – Moodle at Open University – Ten years and onwards @OpenUniversity #Moodle #JennyMGrey

April 27th, 2016

Earlier this month we have shared the presentation by Jenny Gray – Head of Centre of Excellence (Technical), IT Architecture at Open University about the journey of Open University with Moodle in last decade.

The keynote speech delivered by Jenny Gray during the MoodleMoot Ireland UK 2016 (#MootIEUK16) is available online and is embedded below: Read More

Moodle at Open University – Ten years and onwards @OpenUniversity #Moodle #JennyMGrey

April 12th, 2016

The Open University, one of the biggest public distance learning and research university in UK has published a presentation about using Moodle at The Open University since last ten years and their experience with it.

The presentation titled “Ten Years and onwards – Moodle at Open University” by Jenny Gray – Head of Centre of Excellence (Technical), IT Architecture at Open University contains their decade long experience with Moodle including what they have done, how they have done, what they learnt from it and where OU is going next in future with Moodle. Read More

Presentation – Including JavaScript in Moodle plugins through AMD method

September 18th, 2015

Since the inception of AMD method of including JavaScript in Moodle plugins from Moodle 2.9 onwards, many new developers often find it difficult using this method.

The good news is that it’s a lot simpler than previous methods for including JavaScript. The bad news is that it’s still a change that developers need to understand, and the Moodle documentation is a bit hard to follow. Read More

Presentation – Use of student feedback to enhance learning experience

June 15th, 2015

Dr. Bart Rienties shared one more presentation with title “QAA Modelling and Managing Student Satisfaction: Use of student feedback to enhance learning experience”.

The presentation shares about up to what extent are institutions using insights from NSS and institutional surveys to transform their students’ experience? How are student experiences influencing quality enhancements ? and many more questions Read More

Learning Analytics at Open University – presentation by Dr. Bart Rienties

June 14th, 2015

Dr. Bart Rienties from Open University (OU) presented a keynote at MoodleMoot IE/UK 2015 about “Learning Analytics: The good, the bad, or perhaps ugly?”.

Learning analytics provide institutions with opportunities to support student progression and to enable personalised, rich learning. Read More

Youtube Video: How to fix a bug in Moodle

March 27th, 2015

Tim Hunt the lead maintainer of the Moodle Quiz Module and Question Bank, who is working with the Open University has created a video to show how to fix a bug in Moodle. This video was created as a part of the iMoot 2014 and is a ready reckoner for all the developers and maintainers who need to learn about the bug fixing in Moodle. Read More

OU Blog plugin updated for Moodle 2.7

March 9th, 2015

In a recent update, the OU Blog activity plugin which is being maintained by sam marshall, Jason PlattsAlan Thompson, Alan Carter is updated to the latest 2.7 r1 which is compatible for Moodle 2.7

OU Blog is an alternative blog that can be installed into standard Moodle. It does not replace the standard blog, and operates alongside it. Read More