This is a space to share resources, discuss issues and have a play with Moodle 2.0.
A place to stash overviews of Moodle 2.0. In-depth information on a particular aspect of Moodle 2.0 should merit it's own topic area.
- See a school Moodle 2.0 in action
Respected WA educator Tomaz Lasic has set up a Moodle site aimed at the schools sector to give us a sense of what’s possible with the new features in Moodle 2 by creating a Moodle for the fictitiuos Mount Orange School.
You can kick the tyres as a student, parent, teacher or principal – visit http://school.demo.moodle.net.
- Teachers can now specify conditions that define when any activity is seen as completed by a student.
- Teachers can now specify conditions that define with any course is seen as completed by a student.
- Teachers and students can see reports that show the progress of any user within a course, or through a series of courses.
Where is everything? Do you like the navigation tucked away? Any good practice examples or advice?
What's new in the Quiz Activity in Moodle 2.0? And what do you think of the changes?
- Conditional Activities
A look at conditional activities in Moodle 2.0
- New Blocks
There are 4 new blocks for Core Moodle.
- Lesson v. Book
A few people have asked me to compare Book and Lesson. I can explain that they are two very different tools - Books is about linear content delivery and Lesson is about branching decision paths with consequences and is both an information delivery and assessment activity in that you can build in other activities such as quizzes and assignments.
But I think it's time for a showdown on the same content. Keep in mind the sample Lesson here is extremely basic and doesn't begin to showcase the full feature set of Lesson itself. Ready? Let the showdown begin!
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- Files and Moodle 2.0
A look at the new file system in Moodle 2.0
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