Today we released a major new version, Moodle 3.3, with new integrations and improvements to user experience.
Moodle’s mission is to empower educators to improve the world and the many features in Moodle 3.3 have been designed to give teachers better control over their learning environments while improving communications between educators and students. One highlight is that it’s now much easier to use Google G-Suite or Microsoft Office in conjunction with Moodle.
Moodle Founder and CEO, Dr Martin Dougiamas, says: “I’m very happy to see the next step in Moodle’s evolution. Our team at Moodle HQ has worked hard to bring together a variety of things in this release that our community has been asking for and helping to develop.”
The list of key new features and improvements in this release that benefit our Moodle users include:
In addition to these key main features, other improvements that users, especially administrators and developers, can enjoy in Moodle 3.3 include:
As with every release, the long list of new features and improvements in Moodle 3.3 along with many other fixes are only made possible through many, countless hours of consultation, collaboration and development from our dedicated team of core developers at Moodle HQ, as well as hundreds of key developers and other contributors throughout our global Moodle community.
Thank you all for your continuous support on this and every release, which will empower our educators and benefit all Moodle users.
Moodle 3.3 is now available to download from Moodle.org. For assistance to upgrade please contact our Moodle Partners.
For more information about Moodle 3.3 please: