Unleashing the next gen LMS – Moodle 3.1! Now available for download #Moodle

May 23rd, 2016

The next generation LMS – Moodle 3.1 is finally unleashed today and is now available for download from the usual download channels. The new version of Moodle is packed with a lot of new features and fixes. You can download your copy here. Read More

Top 14 awesome features coming in Moodle 3.1 #Moodle #Moodle3.1

April 15th, 2016

Moodle 3.1 which is scheduled to be released in May 2016 is packed with a lot of rich new features for teachers, students and administrators. The new features are designed to help you save time and deliver online learning more efficiently.

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Recycle Bin coming in core Moodle 3.1 #MoodleAssoc #MoodleDev

March 28th, 2016

Recycle Bin is coming into Moodle core with Moodle 3.1, which is scheduled to be released in May 2016, thanks to Moodle Users Association for taking it as the very first project.

Currently, the Moodle Tracker issue – MDL-48012 i.e. “Integrate the ‘local_recyclebin’ plugin into core” – has passed all the tests and marked as resolved, and is ready to appear in the Moodle core from Moodle 3.1 Read More

POET Group February 2016 updates – 12 plugins reviewed #POETGroup #MoodlePlugins

February 20th, 2016

POET Group (Partners of Open Source Educational Technologies) which was created last year is catching up some pace and till date they have reviewed 12 plugins in total including the popular one’s like – Game, File trash, Recycle Bin, Configurable Reports, Level Up! etc.

Out of the total 12 reviewed plugins only 04 are accepted as Passed their review criteria and 07 plugins were marked as failed. The plugins which were not able to pass the review tests are as follows: Read More

New plugin – Restore deleted files by using Recycle Bin plugin

August 25th, 2015

This has been requested many times on Moodle forums and Moodle tracker to have the ability of restoring the deleted files aka “Recycle Bin”. Now, Skylar Kelty has developed the recycle bin plugin which adds a “recycle bin” for course modules to Moodle. Read More