The CLAMP project is a group of colleges and universities who collaborate to develop and support Moodle, with an eye toward the issues unique to a liberal arts environment. Recently, the CLAMP project team have released four new Moodle: Liberal Arts Edition releases.
The new versions includes the first release on the 3.4 branch. The 3.3 release includes a new core feature and updates to CLAMPMail and Roster report. The 3.1 and 3.2 releases are maintenance-only. These releases were developed, packaged, and tested by Charles Fulton (Lafayette College) and Kevin Wiliarty (Hampshire College).
New Moodle LAE Releases for 3.1.10, 3.2.7, 3.3.4, 3.4.1
You can download the latest version from their respective project pages:
- Moodle 3.4.1+Liberal Arts Edition 14.0.0 – This new version includes a new LAE core feature, a grace period for displaying courses in the Course Overview block, and updates to contributed modules.
- Moodle 3.3.4+Liberal Arts Edition 13.0.4 – This new version includes the above features and updates to the CLAMPMail block and Roster report
- Moodle 3.2.7+Liberal Arts Edition 12.0.6 – No new features, just a maintenance release only.
- Moodle 3.1.10+Liberal Arts Edition 11.0.10 – No new features, just a maintenance release only.
The next stable releases on the 3.4, 3.3, 3.2, and 3.1 branches are scheduled for mid-March.
About CLAMP project
CLAMP Project is also known as Collaborative Liberal Arts Moodle Project. It is a group of colleges and universities like Colgate University, Lafayette College, Trinity University & Reed College who collaborates to develop new features in Moodle for Liberal Arts environment.
Check out more details about the CLAMP Project on the official website here – http://www.clamp-it.org/