Now create interactive content with stable H5P plugin for Moodle #MoodlePlugins

August 2nd, 2016

H5P plugin for Moodle is finally released from the Moodle Plugins database and now you can download and create interactive content in your Moodle course using the H5P plugin. Read More

Learn Moodle development through these video tutorials #Moodledev

July 25th, 2016

Almost all of the new developers trying to learn about Moodle development complains about not having good quality getting started tutorials. Recently while browsing through internet I stumbled upon these great tutorials created by Mike G for Moodle 2.9. Read More

Check out these videos to get started with Moodle for School #MoodleCloud

June 2nd, 2016

After the launch of Moodle for School few days ago, Moodle HQ has shared two video playlists for the beginner users which will help you to get started with the Moodle for Schools service. The playlists provides a brief walkthrough introduction about getting started with Courses and Plugins in Moodle for Schools service. Read More

#MoodleTip – Restrict Non Editing Teachers permissions to view grades of one group @kennibc

March 25th, 2016

Chris Kenniburg from Dearborn Public Schools has posted a short and crisp video about restricting permissions for a non-editing teachers such that they are allowed to view grades of only one group in which they are also a member.

During the video Chris shows the most powerful feature available in Moodle which is very rarely used i.e. activity based permission and setting it up as per your requirement which makes Moodle as the most powerful permission controlled LMS. Read More

Moodle 3.0 administration tutorials #Moodle

December 15th, 2015

New Moodle administrators often find it difficult to get rolling with the Moodle interface and managing a Moodle site. Here is a great video tutorials playlist from YouTube created by Moodle Tutorial for Beginners covering the basics of Moodle site administration. Read More

Media collection activity updated for Moodle 2.9

October 11th, 2015

Media Collection activity module for Moodle has been updated to a new version to support Moodle 2.9. Media collection activity plugin allows instructors/teachers to create a space for students to submit “galleries”. The galleries themselves have many display options the user can choose such as displaying in a grid or carousel, and defining the number of items to show per row/column and such. These galleries can be based on images, audio or video. Read More

#MoodleTip Theme Customization for beginners by Gareth J Barnard #iMoot15

October 9th, 2015

In another video session recording from iMoot 2015 (#imoot15), Gareth J Barnard has shared his experience about customizing the Moodle theme. The presentation is very helpful for all the beginners who wants to know the basic elements of the Moodle theme and where to get started. Read More

Why Video matters in Teaching and Learning by @lewiscarr #Moodle #MoodleWorld

October 8th, 2015

Using Videos in your Online learning courses is a part of the education system for over half a century. In this presentation, Lewis Carr has shared his views about why video is so important in Teaching & Learning.

The Education Sector has undergone a major cultural and social shift in the past 8 years. Influenced by technological and pedagogical trends Explosion in the use of mobile phone. Read More

#MoodleTip – Writing Moodle Plugins by Justin Hunt #MoodleWorld #iMoot15

October 7th, 2015

Justin Hunt, one of the developers with a lot of plugins under his hat in Moodle community,has presented about writing new Moodle plugins during the iMoot 2015 (#imoot15).

The presentation is a must watch for all the new developers who wants to build Moodle plugins. In the presentation he describes the basic file structure of the Moodle plugins and using the new plugins templates for different types of plugins. Read More

Video tip – Activity and course completion in 2 minutes

September 29th, 2015

Activity and course completion are the tracking tools for teachers to set completion criteria in a specific activity’s settings or complete course. Here is a small but very useful video by Webanywhere the Moodle partner from UK.

The video is only 2 minutes and shows you how to set an activity as complete and the course completion settings. You can watch the video directly through this link and it is also embedded below: Read More