Princess Alice Hospice is a charity operating in south west London for free high-quality end of life care and support to help patients, families and carers. Using the Moodle learning platform, they provide education to its staff, volunteers and to the wider community in order to maintain their high quality standards of care.
For the successful PALS initiative, World Vision and Dynamind eLearning engaged Moodle’s online learning management system to support the frontline staff who are working on the ground directly alongside the communities implementing these economic development approaches.
Following on from our earlier post about 10 Key Moodle terms explained, here are another ten terms which may cause confusion when beginner Moodlers start diving into the rich features of Moodle. User menu In Moodle 2.9, logged in users […]
What is the difference between the Front page and the dashboard? Does Enrolment mean how people join my site? Why do I need blocks and who exactly are Partners? Since Moodle can be a little bit intimidating to beginners who […]
Whenever a new Moodle release is announced, it’s really useful to be able to test out the new features before upgrading your own site. While your organisation’s development site or Moodle’s own Sandbox site allow you to explore settings and […]