Category Archives: Moodle

CoreHR eLearning Development Project

Are you seeking innovative eLearning Solutions?  Well that’s precisely where Enovation Solutions can assist! Our clients across all the sectors have a number of key requirements when it comes to sourcing solutions to their business needs. CoreHR, a major software company … Continue reading

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Our Favourite Moodle Plugins for 2014

Here are some of our favourite plugins for Moodle which we have used with our clients and in our training sessions throughout 2014. All available from https://moodle.org/plugins/       Simple certificate Configurable Reports Bohus Booking Checklist Scheduler Questionnaire Collapsed Topics … Continue reading

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Why Most Organisations Prefer Moodle for LMS Hosting?

Moodle is an open-source learning management system that is being used in 200+ countries and supports almost 60 million learners. This learning management system has a large user community that includes many developers, who are contributing features to extend the … Continue reading

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Moodle Releases Moodle 2.8

Moodle 2.8 introduces advancements for Gradebook, Forums, Analytics, Usability and much more. Moodle, the world’s open source learning platform, recently announced the availability of their latest release, Moodle 2.8, bringing significant evolutionary improvements to the Gradebook tool, forums, analytics and … Continue reading

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How to modify Moodle form elements before displaying the form

Forms in Moodle are both easy and hard to deal with. Easy, when you stick to standard form elements, without any solution specific modifications or design changes. And hard, when you have to break with standards or do some specific … Continue reading

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Creating learning paths using Diagram Editor

Course sequencing allows for instructors to define a learning path through a given curriculum. It allows the course creator to define pre-requisite conditions between courses that are enforced by the LMS. With Moodle 2 completion dependencies can be defined for … Continue reading

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Whats new in Moodle 2.3

The long awaited Moodle 2.3 is out. It took a little bit of time but after looking at what’s in it I can tell you that its jam-packed with Moodle goodness and is WELL worth the wait. In this post … Continue reading

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Moodle development – IDs, coursemodules and contexts

Introduction In this blog entry, I’d like to go through some basic concepts of the Moodle architecture. We will look at very common but sometimes confusing parts of Moodle: instance IDs, contexts and coursemodules. To explain the concepts we will … Continue reading

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Statistical Analysis of Moodle Quizzes

I am a massive fan of Moodle Quiz. It really is one of the most powerful and comprehensive pedagogical tools in Moodle. From its multiple question types (http://docs.moodle.org/20/en/Question_types) to its many configuration and grading options, its various methods of giving … Continue reading

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A solution to Federated Moodle Management

First of all – Federated Moodle Management – what does that even mean? This is where an entity (regional organisations or perhaps umbrella groups) require the ability to self provision multiple Moodle instances for each of their member organisations, while … Continue reading

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