Justin Hunt (better known to many of you simply as @poodllguy) has created a reputation for himself of producing technology that works well and comes with robust support. Jason has continued to bolster that reputation with a recent post on his...
Another new feature introduced in Moodle 2.9 is the “Dashboard,” which replaces the old “My home.” The dashboard is a convenient and customizable landing page where users can quickly see information about their courses, activities and assignments.
We’ve featured quite of bit of Gareth Barnard’s work here on MoodleNews. And, for good reason, Gareth is not only a rock star developer, he also has that rare knack of being able to explain some of the most technical issues to anyone.
By Phil HillMore Posts (359) In my post last week on Blackboard’s Moodle strategy in Latin America, I made the following observation: At the same time, this strategy and growth comes at a time where the Moodle community at large … Continue reading →
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