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Game module - MoodleDocs

Game module - MoodleDocs | Moodle Best LMS | Scoop.it

This module contains 8 games: Hamgman, Crossword, Cryptex, Millionaire, Sudolu, The hidden picture, Snakes and Ladders and Book with question.

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Gamify your Moodle online course. Nice add-on.

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Why is Moodle the Best LMS? - EdTechReview™ (ETR)

Why is Moodle the Best LMS? - EdTechReview™ (ETR) | Moodle Best LMS | Scoop.it

Moodle (acronym for Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment) is an open source Learning Management System (LMS ) or a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE ). It is rising in popularity among the educators around the world, as a tool for creating dynamic websites for students. It is open source, since it is customizable, has no contracts or user costs to pay and is widely available for free use. It can be efficiently integrated with your management system and allows you to support personalized learning, which is effective even outside the classroom and encourages the involvement of the broader community of the institution.


Moodle has constantly maintained its top spot among the LMS tools and has been ranked 11th overall among the top 100 tools for learning in 2013 . Many factors have contributed to Moodle being highly successful. On top of being a great LMS, it is also free to use. Teachers can teach their own online courses using this and find it stable and easy to use and being customizable, it fits to its user’s needs with ease.

 

 Moodle has several advantages over other LMSs, here’s the list of a few:


- It is an open source learning platform, which is utilized by millions of people worldwide. This open source nature allows anybody to tinker with its code or add new things. Users can share changes with the Moodle community for others to use for free. All this leads to the extension and reformation of the software.

- It makes use of simple technologies, as a result of which its developers are easy to find.

- It is built on some of the most reliable technologies, such as PHP, MySQL, Apache.

- It has a fully cooperative development model which offers constant scope for improvement by allowing many high quality contributions to acquire new modules, features and enhancements.

- It makes use of the more advanced programming approach, the object-oriented programming which makes its functionality all the more efficient and allows users to proceed at their own pace, as well as customize it according to their needs.

- It focuses on making the learning and teaching experience constructivist. This process encourages the involvement of learners in the learning process, rather than letting them receive knowledge passively. The learning environment becomes more democratic with interactive and student-centered activities.

- It is convenient for educational institutions and organizations for learning and course management.

- It can be quickly deployed in your organization, without the requirement of any extra efforts.

- It is highly cost-effective, since it has a low risk startup and a low initial investment.

- It provides you with fast and reliable updates of information.

- It provides you with regular support, all the time you use it. Its support feature is active twenty four hours a day, seven days a week and addresses to its developers, members and users.

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Wendy Zaruba's curator insight, October 5, 2015 2:38 PM

Great article on Moodle.

Noa Curzon's curator insight, June 22, 2016 7:51 AM

open source learning platform is great!

 

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Use The Availability Conditions Plugin To Control Moodle Mobile Content

Use The Availability Conditions Plugin To Control Moodle Mobile Content | Moodle Best LMS | Scoop.it
If your Moodle site does not already allow access via the Moodle Mobile app, you’re not alone, but your students and teachers are missing out on a tool that can create serious advantages.

One reason some teachers and administrators haven’t pushed for mobile is the concern about losing control of both content and student/teacher relationship. To address this, Moodle HQ has several solutions. Foremost, Moodle has continued to unify the interface experience on both a desktop browser and Moodle Mobile.

Moodle has also created the Availability Conditions Plugin, which gives further control to what students can and cannot do on mobile. Once installed, administrators are provided a suite of new options that allow them to set restrictions on Moodle Activities, for defined rules and scenarios. Any given Activity can be set as also available, exclusively available, or unavailable from mobile. Simultaneous restrictions are possible, according to dates, student grades and user fields, or groups, for instance.
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How To Become A Moodle Forums Black Belt Moderator

How To Become A Moodle Forums Black Belt Moderator | Moodle Best LMS | Scoop.it
Online forums, in all their different iterations, are a hotbed of activity across the internet. From social media and comments sections, to image boards, to more specialized and exclusive venues, forums carry the weight of our minds. The simplicity of use makes it also a perfect target for not so constructive participation, or downright antisocial behavior. Courtesy of the Convergence blog by the library of UC San Francisco, we share some ideas on how to promote best practices and keep disruption at bay to ensure meaningful forum interactions.
Pay attention to the type

Moodle features at least four types of forums: Standard, or the classic take; Single discussion where students can only reply to threads started by teachers; Blog type where the starting post looks like an article with a comments section underneath; or Q&A. Each type affect the kinds of contributions you’ll get from students, so choose carefully.
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Check out this awesome new frontend: Greenlight for the most popular open source web conferencing- @Bigbluebutton

Check out this awesome new frontend: Greenlight for the most popular open source web conferencing- @Bigbluebutton | Moodle Best LMS | Scoop.it

The BigBlueButton team has launched a brand new front-end interface for the BBN users which allows a minimalistic interface to create or record meetings. The new front-end termed as “Greenlight” allows the users to:

* Create a meeting
* Invite others to the meeting
* Join a meeting
* Record a meeting
* Email notifications when recordings are ready
* Desktop notifications of others waiting to join (FireFox and Chrome)

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Get Onboard Project Inspire An Contribute To Next Generation Moodle Analytics

Get Onboard Project Inspire An Contribute To Next Generation Moodle Analytics | Moodle Best LMS | Scoop.it

Project Inspire is live. Touted at MoodleMoot Australia in 2016, Project Inspire is an effort to predict learner success by taking advantage of the latest findings in machine learning and big data. As a Moodle HQ service, both the engine and the learning outcomes will be available for everyone. Inspire ultimately seeks to diagnose and prescribe paths and activities for learners and teachers.

Currently, Moodle has an open invitation to join Project Inspire on the Moodle.org page. Elizabeth Dalton is the host. We covered her introductory talk about analytics for Moodle in Perth last December, for our Learning Analytics Roadmap series. Other background presentations and documents are available at the Background of Project Inspire page - https://moodle.org/course/view.php?id=17233§ion=2. 

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Add dynamic dropdown menu to the signup pages using this Moodle Plugin

Add dynamic dropdown menu to the signup pages using this Moodle Plugin | Moodle Best LMS | Scoop.it
Do you want to create different profile fields for different roles of users on your Moodle site? Or lets say that you want to collect different data from different users while signing up on your Moodle site based on the roles they choose? Today I am going to share with you about one of the new Moodle Plugin – “Conditional Field”, which allows you to create dynamic profile fields on the sign-up pages.

Add dynamic dropdown menu to the signup pages using this Moodle Plugin #MoodlepluginsThe plugin “Conditional Field” is created to display a drop-down menu field that shows/hides some other custom profile fields depending on its selected value. As the Moodle site administrator, you can add a special conditional drop-down menu field to the users’ edit profile page. Based on the users’ selections in the drop-down, other profile fields will be displayed or hidden. Also, based on the users’ selection some fields may become mandatory.

You can download the Conditional Field plugin from the Moodle plugins database here. The plugin comes with a sound documentation page clearly indicating the use case scenario and how to set up the plugin to the do the work for you, Check it out here. The plugin is compatible with Moodle 2.9 version onwards and is developed by Shamim Rezaie.
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How to secure your Moodle site by following these Security recommendations #Moodletips

How to secure your Moodle site by following these Security recommendations #Moodletips | Moodle Best LMS | Scoop.it
All online systems are highly complex and contains security issues which are discovered from time to time and fixed to prevent any mishappening. Moodle project also involves a lot of programming and the security issues are reported by Moodle community members in Moodle tracker which are fixed on priority by the Moodle Dev team.

Often these security issues are fixed along with the Minor point releases of Moodle which is released after every two months from the first release. The new Moodle 3.2.2 is scheduled to be released on 13th March 2017.

First timer Moodle site administrators generally keeps the default settings and never bother to look into the security recommendations put by the Moodle community. There is a good documentation page covering the basics of security protections recommended to be followed to keep your Moodle site secure.
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Breaking – Moodle opens the analytics “Project Inspire” for Moodle community participation #Moodleinspire

Breaking – Moodle opens the analytics “Project Inspire” for Moodle community participation #Moodleinspire | Moodle Best LMS | Scoop.it
Learning analytics are coming soon to Moodle core with the start of the Project Inspire – the analyser tool will offer the next generation learning analytics. Now, the Moodle HQ team working on the Project is looking for the help from Moodle Community by collection of detailed data from many institutions.
How it will be different from others:

As we have reported earlier about the commencement of Project Inspire in this article, Project Inspire is another big project from the Moodle HQ team focusing to overcome the limitations of the existing learning analytics systems. There are multiple open source and commercial learning analytics software packages are available, however they suffer from one or more key limitations:

They are very general ”descriptive” analytics systems, requiring considerable skill to interpret
They make predictions based on very primitive indicators, such as logins or clicks, and/or
They rely on proprietary ”black box” algorithms that cannot be examined or validated by institutions.

Breaking - Moodle opens the analytics "Project Inspire" for Moodle community participation #Moodleinspire

Project Inspire by Moodle HQ will go beyond the descriptive analytics to offer powerful predictive analytics (in Phase I) and diagnostic and prescriptive analytics (in future phases).

In phase I of the project, the Moodle HQ team is seeking the community participation by sharing the data for further development. Since the data is very sensitive so extensive measures are in place to make sure the privacy and anonymity of participants. You can follow the measures before sharing your institutions data.

If you would like to be a part of the Project Inspire journey, you can take part in Phase-I and get involved with the Project inspire here – https://moodle.org/course/view.php?id=17233
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Brewing Moodle Content To Your Taste With Moodle Filters

Brewing Moodle Content To Your Taste With Moodle Filters | Moodle Best LMS | Scoop.it
Moodle Filters are little functionalities that keep an eye on Moodle content, looking for specific words or symbols. When they find what they are looking for, they ‘filter’ the content and transform it. Thus, a Moodle Filter has two parts: the ‘string’ (words of symbols it looks for) and the transformation.

Moodle includes a set of standard filters out-of-the-box, with additional filter functionality available through plugins. By adding multimedia, smart recognition and interaction sandboxes, they can greatly enhance the learner experience.

A particularly vibrant niche of contributed filters involve mathematical notation, with several filters for mathematical equations, graphs and even calculators available for Moodle.

Moodlers who are developers looking to increase ongoing use of their contributed plugins, should consider developing as Filter type to promote quick, practical use of their functionality.
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Moodle Office Integration: Pawn Sacrifice At The LMS Chessboard?

Moodle Office Integration: Pawn Sacrifice At The LMS Chessboard? | Moodle Best LMS | Scoop.it
A young (and ongoing) discussion on Microsoft Office integration within Moodle, taking place on the Moodle Forums, is starting to look like a new instance of that old battle between two eternally clashing ideologies. The twist here is that, if the two do not concede something to one another in order to reach the next playing field, they will both probably perish, as EdTech teachers and students move forward, towards better integrated third-party services.

It all started when Damyon Wiese, Moodle HQ Development Team Manager, shared the news that their team were “doing some brainstorming” on possible office suite integration at the core. Voices were raised, including some decrying the very fact that such brainstorming was happening. More pragmatic users recognized the dependence of office suites, often vendor-specific, by large swaths of the Moodleverse. Back in November, Moodle CEO Martin Dougiamas suggested in an interview that partnerships with Google Apps and Office 365 were underway.
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How to assess computer programming skills in Moodle

How to assess computer programming skills in Moodle | Moodle Best LMS | Scoop.it
How should we assess the computer programming skills in Moodle? Do you still ask your students to write code in a traditional hand written exam? Today we are going to have a look over a new question type plugin for Moodle which lets teachers set questions where the answer is program code.

Although, there is another very good plugin named “Virtual Programming Lab” is available which can be used to manage the programming assignments in Moodle. But today we are going to have a look on the “Code Runner” plugin which is a free open-source question-type plug-in for Moodle that can run program code submitted by students in answer to a range of programming questions in many languages.

CodeRunner can support any text-based programming language. Built-in question types are available for C, Java, Python, PHP, JavaScript and Octave (Matlab). Because it is just another Moodle question type, test or exam quizzes can mix CodeRunner questions with other computer-graded question
types like multi-choice, numeric, short answer, or matching.
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Waxed theme – Check out the first Boost based Moodle theme, just released in Moodle plugins #Moodlethemes

Waxed theme – Check out the first Boost based Moodle theme, just released in Moodle plugins #Moodlethemes | Moodle Best LMS | Scoop.it
Waxed theme – the new Moodle theme released in the official Moodle plugins is the first child theme based on the Boost theme. Waxed theme has waited for a long time in the queue to get the final approval from the Moodle HQ team.

As we have reported earlier in the month of December, Waxed theme was ready for release but since Moodle HQ was busy in Moodle 3.2 release the plugin approval queue keep on increasing. But today, Waxed has finally landed in the plugins directory.

Waxed theme is a child theme for Boost and is based on the same Bootstrap 4 framework and Mustache template. The best thing about the waxed theme is that it allows the customization with limited knowledge of CSS/SCSS by the end-user. Since it is based on the Boost theme so it is available for Moodle 3.2 version only.
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Make Moodle assignment activity better by releasing the solution sheet to students after due date #moodleplugins

Make Moodle assignment activity better by releasing the solution sheet to students after due date #moodleplugins | Moodle Best LMS | Scoop.it
Have you ever thought of providing a model solution to the assignment given to the students? Generally, while teaching subjects like Mathematics and Science, the assignments are accompanied by model solutions which needs to be released to the students after they have submitted the assignment.

Today, I am going to show you a new plugin – “Solution Sheet“, which can be used by teachers to upload a model solution sheet to the assignment activity. The solution can be released manually or at a scheduled time from the assignment submission deadline. You can also specify a date from when the released solutions will be hidden, e.g., the end of term. The new Assignment Feedback type plugin – “Solution Sheet” is developed by Henning Bostelmann.
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Download This Moodle Course On Using Moodle

Download This Moodle Course On Using Moodle | Moodle Best LMS | Scoop.it
Thanks to a grant from the National Science Foundation, the ATEP (Advanced Technology & Education Park), satellite campus of the California Community Colleges System, South Orange County Community College District, has provided all of us with a quality walk-through around Moodle.

For those already familiar with Moodle, it is an decent refresher. For those showing the ins and outs of Moodle to others, ATEP has made the course available on the official Moodle OER (Open Educational Resources) repository at moodle.net. This means the course is Open-licensed, and anyone can download it for free and add it to their own Moodle site offerings.
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interesting page for those who need to use the Moodle platform
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The man behind Moodle: A leader of online learning

The man behind Moodle: A leader of online learning | Moodle Best LMS | Scoop.it

Online education pioneer Dr Martin Dougiamas is best known for a noble act: his rejection of a $20-million offer for his open-source education platform which he wanted to keep freely available.

Dougiamas, 47, who runs the learning management system Moodle, which is used by the UN and Google, downplays his sacrifice. "It just happens to be a little thing that seems to capture people's attention," he says.

On whether he regrets shunning the money, he says: "No, absolutely not." Had he taken the cash, Moodle would have been destroyed – taken out of the equation, he says.

"So, Moodle – it's my life's work. It's what I'm passionate about," he says, describing education as "super-important".

His enterprise operates in a spirit of iteration rather than disruption. "Sometimes it's about refining what you've got – making it solid and making it really work," he says, adding that he is still tweaking the initial ideas for Moodle that date back 15 years, because the basics remain the same.

"In education you're dealing with human brains, and human brains don't change a lot – we still learn the same way as we have for thousands of years," he says.

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IT’S RIPENING: A Moodle 3.3 Development Update

IT’S RIPENING: A Moodle 3.3 Development Update | Moodle Best LMS | Scoop.it

The Quality Assurance site of Moodle at qa.moodle.net, where everyone can check out and test, is already labeled as a “Moodle 3.3 site”. At this point, the importance of this label is more symbolic than practical, but considering its scheduled launch by May, a lot of development is expected during the coming weeks.

The answers about what Moodle 3.3 will and will not bring is not straightforward. While some issues, mainly involving the new “Boost” theme, delayed Moodle 3.2 one month until December, the next launch has arguably less complex new features. Moodle 3.2 was an exception in the Moodle roadmap decision to switch to a time-based rather than a feature-based release schedule since Moodle 2. Furthermore, an official Moodle update on LinkedIn mentions that the upcoming “Learn Moodle” MOOC, scheduled for June, will be based in Moodle 3.3.

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Now Online – Moodle Updates To 3.2.2, 3.1.5, 3.0.9 and 2.7.19

Now Online – Moodle Updates To 3.2.2, 3.1.5, 3.0.9 and 2.7.19 | Moodle Best LMS | Scoop.it
As announced today on Moodle.org, updates for Moodle to 3.2.2, 3.1.5, 3.0.9 and 2.7.19 are now on the street and available for download. If you are using MoodleCloud, these updates are already reflected in your account.
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Does Moodle HQ team took a correct decision by adopting Bootstrap 4 for Moodle 3.2? #Moodleboost

Does Moodle HQ team took a correct decision by adopting Bootstrap 4 for Moodle 3.2? #Moodleboost | Moodle Best LMS | Scoop.it
Moodle 3.2 – the recent stable release of the Moodle Project has the Boost theme to make Moodle awesome out of the box. Boost theme is based on the Bootstrap 4 framework which is still in alpha release and still changing at a rapid pace.

Recently, few of the Moodle theme designers have raised their concerns about opting the Bootstrap 4 as the base framework as it is still evolving and going through significant changes. The comments are not negative to the excellent hard work done by the Moodle HQ to bring Boost from concept to reality. However, it shows the adaptability issues with the new child themes based on Boost.

Contributed Moodle Theme designers for popular Moodle themes like Pioneer, BCU, Essential, Adaptable & Waxed etc. are quite unhappy with the move to adopt Bootstrap 4 as the base framework and suggested if the Boost theme could have been released as another Moodle plugin till there is a stable version of Bootstrap 4.
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How to export Moodle lesson activity as PDF files

How to export Moodle lesson activity as PDF files | Moodle Best LMS | Scoop.it
“How can I export the Moodle lesson activities as PDF files for offline usage by the students?” Moodle newcomers often ask this question in moodle forums. However, Moodle doesn’t support exporting the course activities as PDF by core. However, there are few plugins which allows you to export the contents of the activity into PDF files like Wiki Export plugin.

Today, we are going to have a look on a new Moodle plugin which allows you to export the Moodle lesson activities to PDF & epub formats. The “Lesson export” plugin is developed by Adam King and supports Moodle 2.7 version onwards. You can download your copy of the plugin here. The current version released in the Moodle plugins directory allows you to export Moodle lesson activities in PDF format only.

To install the plugin you need to extract the contents of the zip file in the your-moodle-site/local/ directory and complete the installation through Notifications page in Site Administration area. After finishing the installation process, just open any lesson activity in a course and you will see the option of “Export to PDF” in the lesson administration menu.
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Moodle Mobile 3.2.1. Is Out―Download It Now

Moodle Mobile 3.2.1. Is Out―Download It Now | Moodle Best LMS | Scoop.it

Since the release of Moodle 3.2, Moodle Mobile has kept up with the same number of versions. Following January’s launch of Moodle 3.2.1, Moodle HQ is releasing the corresponding Moodle Mobile.

The following activities updated with Mobile functionality are:

* Glossary Activity. Users can add an entry with its definition and related resources right from their phones.
* A notification with unread messages counter on the Messaging item in the main left menu.
* A Site Home menu includes the same list of section available on desktop.

According to Moodle HQ Mobile team leader, Juan Leyva, Moodle is increasing efforts to guarantee a seamless experience between desktop and mobile. There are, however, a few features that require Moodle 3.2 to work, and others that require the Moodle Mobile Additional Features Plugins.

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Curing The ‘Scroll of Death’ In Moodle

Curing The ‘Scroll of Death’ In Moodle | Moodle Best LMS | Scoop.it
Ah, the “scroll of death” – that processes we’ve all been through of logging into your LMS some weeks into the academic calendar, and becoming painfully aware of how much you are spinning the mouse wheel to find the week’s content. But did you know that Moodle offers several alternatives to prevent this?

At moodlefacts.nl, the Dutch blog of Moodle services provider in Belgium and The Netherlands provider, Avetica, we found a compilation worth checking out and updating. We will also review the navigation improvements the “Boost” theme brought to Moodle 3.2 in regards to this preventable ailment on LMSs.
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Check Out This Moodle 3.2 Themes Spectacular

Check Out This Moodle 3.2 Themes Spectacular | Moodle Best LMS | Scoop.it
When seeking to engage an audience, no matter the user or student scenario, an evergreen truth is that they will eventually become accustomed to (almost) any design. As such, any advantage realized by the “shiny new object” principal has a shelf-life and every Chief Learning Officer needs to plan for a regular refresh of their LMS experience.
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Picture Perfect: The new Photo theme for Moodle 3.2

Picture Perfect: The new Photo theme for Moodle 3.2 | Moodle Best LMS | Scoop.it
Since the arrival of the new Boost theme in Moodle 3.2, people who have long complained about Moodle’s interface being ‘clunky’ and 1990s no longer have any argument.

Moodle sites can be attractive, responsive, mobile-friendly and, importantly, easily customisable by a regular admin.

Boost was designed to not only be straightforward for administrators to adapt to their own needs but also to be themer-friendly. It’s a great starting point for anyone wanting to build a modern Moodle theme with all the latest features.

And to this end, Moodle HQ’s own Damyon Wiese has produced a beautiful Boost-based Photo theme, available for admins to download from the Plugins directory.
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What Should We Be Asking About The Relationship Between Moodle And UX?

What Should We Be Asking About The Relationship Between Moodle And UX? | Moodle Best LMS | Scoop.it
If you innocently perform a search for “UX” in Google, you’re likely to receive hundreds of millions of results. But what does UX entail for EdTech (educational technologies)? A recent interview with Alberto Corado, Moodle HQ lead UX designer, at the Moodle.com blog, provides insights.
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Sneak Under The SQL Hood Of Moodle With This Presentation

Sneak Under The SQL Hood Of Moodle With This Presentation | Moodle Best LMS | Scoop.it
For developers, getting acquainted with the relational model that characterizes the information architecture of Moodle is a basic skill. But for the rest of us, getting to know how Moodle functions underneath can offer us some insight or welcome intellectual challenge.
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Education underlies everything – What it takes to run a system used by Millions around the world @moodler #Moodle

Education underlies everything – What it takes to run a system used by Millions around the world @moodler #Moodle | Moodle Best LMS | Scoop.it
Forbes, one of the major business and financial news portal, partook in an exchange with Dr. Martin Dougiamas, CEO & Founder of Moodle Project. With Forbes contributor – Kavi Guppta, they discussed about Martins experience as a CEO of one of the most successful open source projects.

From last one and a half decade, Moodle has spread its wings across learning spaces and moments, in varying degrees. All this is possible because of the passion of solving problems, bit by bit by Martin Dougiamas. The exemplar leadership keeps the Moodle Project unique from other monetized projects. As Martin stated:

I had the approach that I’m trying to solve a problem. The whole purpose of this company is to support education. Education underlies everything. You have people with education that can make good decisions in every field that’s out there.
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