Moodle has been selected as Middlebury’s new LMS platform. This selection was made after extensive research into LMS platforms and communities and a pilot program that included Sakai and Blackboard. For more information, see:
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What is Moodle?Moodle is a platform at Middlebury for creating course sites. This site documents some of the features of Moodle @ Middlebury. Also see:
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- 2014 Survey of Technology Enhanced Learning for higher education in the UK from Richard Walker, Julie Voce, Joe Nicholls, Elaine Swift, Jebar Ahmed, Sarah Horrigan and Phil Vincent
- Why Should I Moodle ? from Bonnie Tensen, http://engage.augsburg.edu
- The power of technology: The use of online & blended learning for capacity building from Leigh Morris
- Logging-in to online horticultural courses from Leigh Morris
- Using Moodle Platform for Online Teaching from Gleen Maxwell, EdTechReview.in
- Moodle 2.7 Gets Improved Interfaces, Accessible Text Editor, Conditional Activities from David Nagel, CampusTechnology.com
- The New CIO: Bruce Maas - 5 higher ed chief information officers discuss their changing role on campus. from David Raths, Campus Technology
- Lubricating The Wheels Of Technology In Education from Ben Kepes, forbes.com Contributor
- $1.2 Billion to be Spent on E-Learning Project from Latonya Linton, Jamaica Information Service
- Moodle tops Blackboard among small colleges, analysis says from Carl Straumsheim, Inside Higher Ed
- Moodle 2.8 Quality Assurance testing
- Moodle is again voted best LMS in Top 100 Tools for Learning
- Moodle 2.7.2, 2.6.5 and 2.5.8 are now available.
- Upcoming MoodleMoots around the world
- Moodle Mobile apps for Windows
- Moodle 2.7.1, 2.6.4, 2.5.7 and 2.4.11 are now available.
- Moodle Gradebook Survey, Part 2
- Moodle 2.6.3, Moodle 2.5.6 and Moodle 2.4.10 are now available.
- Moodle 2.7 is released!
- Moodle Gradebook Survey