Restrict access to course activities by password using “Restriction By Password” plugin #MoodlePlugins

February 16th, 2016

Now you can restrict access to all the course activities until a specific password is entered by the student by using the “Restriction by Password” plugin.

Restriction by Password plugin allows youactivities, to setup password access on all resources and activities in your Moodle course which will be requested from students before they can access the activity / resource for the first time. For subsequent access, the availability plugin remembers that the student has already given the correct password once . Read More

Moodle Mobile App 2.6 released with new features and fixed bugs #MoodleMobile

November 27th, 2015

The Official Moodle Mobile app has been updated to a new version i.e. Moodle Mobile 2.6 today. In a recent announcement on Moodle Forums, Juan Leyva; the developer of the Official Moodle Mobile app, posted about the release of the new version of the app.

According to Juan, the changes in the new version of the app are: Read More

#iMoot15 – Moodle for Beginners and how not to use just PDFs my Meg James

October 8th, 2015

iMoot 2015 (#imoot15) which was held in between 28 May 2015 – 01 June 2015 has seen some great presentation from the Moodle community members from all over the world.

Meg James presented during the iMoot 2015 about using Moodle as a fresher and why you should just upload all PDFs in the course. Since Moodle is an LMS, so its better to have some interaction with your students rather than giving some bunch of stuff to read. She also presented about the alternates to using PDFs resources to make you Moodle course more interactive. Read More

10 key Moodle terms explained by

July 18th, 2015

Since some of the key terms in Moodle terminology can be intimidating for a new Moodler, so has published a quick list for the key terms to help newbies learn Moodle easily.

According to the original post (read the original post here and here): Read More

Minimum Expectations in Moodle – Student Survey by York St John University

April 12th, 2015

York St John University conducted a survey among 100 students to share their thoughts around the use of Moodle in their Faculty.

The survey asked three questions to enable students to comment about the present use of Moodle and explain what they would like to see going forward in terms of minimum requirements.

The three questions were around:

  1. Minimum Expectations in Moodle
  2. Moodle Activities & Resources
  3. Stop-Start-Continue

To read the complete survey report check out this link:

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