Moodle Tutorials - How to use Moodle

How to Add a Resource to Moodle

Most people want to know how to add a resource to Moodle. The first step in doing this is to log in to your Moodle site. A resource can be a file, a folder, a page, a content package, or even a link. The file type will be displayed after. For instance, a file might […]

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A Guide to Moodle Scorm

What is Moodle SCORM? With the boom of SaaS in the past few years, and the subsequent explosion in development of LMS (learning management system) solutions. Learning over IP, from any W3C compliant browsing device is just a great way to take some of the time and frustration costs out of training. Training has been […]

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How to Integrate Moodle with Joomla

When regarding how to integrate Moodle with Joomla, you actually have to use a third party component to get the most out of it. So, if you’re interested in using the best learning software and the best CMS in tandem, just … be prepared for that being a necessity. Usually, with a topic like this, […]

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Using Moodle for Corporate Training

Is it really worth all the effort, to implement using Moodle for corporate training? Moodle is one of the top LMS designs out there, stealing the top of LMS lists dependably enough. It’s a good system, with a lot of rich features, extended integration, and its open source nature means that its features are clinically […]

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How to Install xampp on Moodle

One of the things that hinders a lot of people from setting up their capable windows servers to actually serve webpages with databases, PHP, ASP and other rich web technologies is the complexity of getting all of these technologies up and running traditionally. In order to get any local SaaS system running properly, you’re going […]

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Using Moodle for Assessment Guide

We’ve talked about employing Moodle for customer training, user training and other forms of learning for business and home use, but what about using Moodle for assessment? There seem to be two camps of thought regarding this idea – either that Moodle is too bulky for this task, or that Moodle is just  perfect for […]

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Using Moodle on iPad

There seems to be a big debate about the possibility and practicality of using Moodle on iPad technology. In general, mobile compatibility with SaaS technologies is a hot topic, and mobile integration or app frontends have become a big selling point for a number of SaaS providers. Clearly, the ability to fluidly use SaaS services, […]

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How to Upgrade Moodle

Today I’m going to take a break from step by step processes and talk about Upgrades. Moodle users may anticipate this process to be complex and difficult – but upgrading Moodle is as easy as pie. Moodle, like any software, requires the occasional upgrade in order to integrate new features, improve efficiency and update software. […]

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Using Moodle for Assessment Guide

We’ve talked about employing Moodle for customer training, user training and other forms of learning for business and home use, but what about using Moodle for assessment? There seem to be two camps of thought regarding this idea – either that Moodle is too bulky for this task, or that Moodle is just  perfect for […]

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Using Moodle for Corporate Training – Guide

Even after Moodle was declared the ‘de facto’ standard for online learning, using Moodle for corporate training was met with skepticism. Skeptics included training experts and SaaS aficionados alike. This could not be further from the truth; Moodle goes hand in hand with corporate training. Moodle has always been powerful. But, the latest revisions have […]

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