Find out more about Moodle’s features & capabilities with our Moodle Partner, eThink Education.
March 17, 2017
This month, one of our Certified Moodle Partners, eThink Education, are hosting two webinars designed to assist existing and potential Moodlers with more information on the powerful features and capabilities of the learning platform.
eThink Education will deliver the following webinars:
“What’s new with Moodle 3.2” on Tuesday 21 March
“Moodle Accessibility and xAPI” on Tuesday 28 March
The webinars are free and open to anyone who would like to know more about Moodle.
Let’s look through what you can expect from the upcoming webinars by eThink Education.
Webinar: What’s new with Moodle 3.2
eThink Education’s webinar, “What’s new with Moodle 3.2” will explore the new features and improvements from the recent Moodle 3.2 release.
Moodle 3.2 release in December 2016 was focussed on improving accessibility and users’ experience.
In the webinar, eThink will talk about the exciting new features that supported the above-mentioned focus, including:
Boost – a new core theme that gives Moodle sites a fresh new look .
User tours – a new feature in Moodle 3.2 that can be used to create engaging experiences for educators and learners.
Messages and notifications – Moodle 3.2 has new messaging and notifications functions that make communications easier and more user-friendly.
Other new features and improvements ranging from new media player plugins, new accessible graphs, lots of activity enhancements and the increased harmony between the web and mobile version of Moodle.
“What’s new with Moodle 3.2” webinar by eThink Education will take place on Tuesday 21 March, 11am Pacific Time. The webinar will last 1 hour.
The “Moodle accessibility and xAPI” webinar by eThink Education will be delivered by three speakers who have years of expert experience working with Moodle: Mike Hruska, Aaron Page and Marlene Zentz.
The webinar aims to share information with participants on how to unlock meaningful data and to use it improve learner development in Moodle.
Mike Hruska, the President and CEO of Problem Solutions, will discuss what is the Experience API, the approaches for ecosystems using API and how to consider xAPI in a Moodle Solution.
Aaron Page and Marlene Zentz are consultants with extensive Moodle accessibility knowledge. During the webinar, they will examine universal design for learning and Moodle, the importance of accessible course design and accessibility services tailored to client’s needs.
“Moodle Accessibility and xAPI” webinar by eThink Education will take place on Tuesday 28 March at 11am Pacific Time, for one hour.