February 16, 2018

Books in Moodle: more than just words and pictures!

If you’re using Moodle for teaching or training, we’d love you to make the most of its collaborative features, engaging students to learn together in the spirit of its social constructionist roots. But that doesn’t mean Moodle has no place […]
February 14, 2018
Greek editathon

Get ready, steady and go for a Greek Moodle editathon!

We know that Moodle is used in every country in the world right? We also know, as part of our mission to empower educators to improve our world we need to work together to make Moodle accessible for our large […]
February 12, 2018
Moodle 3.5

What’s up with Moodle 3.5?

Last week, our Open Source Development Coordinator, Sander Bangma, posted in our developer community forum on moodle.org with an update on Moodle 3.5 roadmap activities. You can view the post here for all the detailed information. We want to also […]
February 12, 2018
Moodlers Monday

Moodlers Monday in Baltimore with Ben Reynolds

Every Monday we’ve been introducing you to helpful, committed Moodlers from throughout the Moodleverse. Recently we met up virtually with Luiggi Sansonetti in France, Germán Valero in Mexico, Jill Lyall in Australia, and our very own Mary Cooch and Sander […]
February 9, 2018

Focus your learning with Moodle tags

Ever tagged an image on Facebook? Clicked through a hashtag on Twitter? Tags are useful for connecting people with other people, ideas and resources. Moodle has had tags for many years, and recent versions have greatly increased their functionality. Let’s […]
February 8, 2018

Welcome to our new moodle.com website

Moodlers, we are so pleased to welcome you to our new moodle.com website! This new site has been a number of months in planning and development, and throughout the process of development we have worked closely with our UX team, […]