Moodle is the best VLE/LMS, but as with every other system there a few quirks that can be rather annoying. In this post I share quick and easy solutions to 5 annoying Moodle problems. Let me know in the comments if you want more posts like this.
Here's a quick video that highlights an indispensable tool to allow you to skirt your own default rules in Moodle quizzes for a specific student. Does a student need more time? Missed the quiz date due to sickness?
Whenever I am asked what do to make a Moodle site faster, I always end up talking about tweaking the server. Often I miss the point as a significant amount of Moodle sites are hosted on servers that cannot be tweaked (e.g.
Learn how to use Moodle at the moodle school.nz website. This website provides teachers and course creators with a resource of articles, ideas, tips and tricks for using Moodle in their various areas of endeavour.
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