Moodle 2.3 was released on 25th June 2012. Below is a quick visual guide I put together to illustrate the 6 new features in this release which, in my opinion, greatly improve Moodle’s user experience.
Not long ago I was asked if it is possible for Moodle to generate and email a certificate to learners who have passed a particular exam (Moodle Quiz). After looking into the matter, I’ve found a way to do just that.
Adding Twitter and Facebook like buttons to a website is always a good idea if you’d like to spread the word about your site through social networking. In this tutorial I will walk you through how to add the commonly seen buttons to your Moodle site.
If you have seen our new premium Moodle Theme’s demo site, you will notice that there is a promotional banner placed on the Moodle’s front page. By default, Moodle’s front page is the site landing page, and landing page is …
It is possible to change Moodle’s default landing page to the user login page so that only site registered users are able to proceed further.
Google Docs is another wonderful free online service provided by Google. In this tutorial, I am going to show you how to use Google Docs as your Moodle file repository.
Like Youtube is known as a great online video repository, the Yahoo-owned service Flickr has gained it’s popularity as a great online image repository. It is reported that there are now 6 billion images hosted on Flickr and the number is still growing.
Recently, I was asked if there is a way for students and teachers to track the progress in a Moodle course. After some looking around on Moodle.org, I discovered a wonderful third party plugin called “Progress Bar”…
Do you want to obtain detailed statistics about the visitors to your Moodle site? If the answer is yes then you need to use Google Analytics to track the site traffic.