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10 reasons to move to moodle2 from moodle 1.9 (part3) 10 reasons to move to moodle2 from moodle 1.9 (part3) Presentation Transcript

  • 10 reasons to move to Moodle 2 Gavin Henrick Solutions Consultant http://www.somerandomthoughts.com
  • 1. Navigation Block Expandable/Collapsible Contextual Links Easy Access to all courses Dockable
  • 2. Settings Block Standard block on every page Edit Items you have permissions for  across site  a course  an activity
  • 3. New HTML Editor Based on TinyMCE Works on more browsers Integrated to repositories Resizable Editing Area Easier to use
  • 4. New Themes Options Support for Mobile Devices Browser Detection Theme settings
  • 5. Activity Completion Specify when activity is complete Manual completion Participants can track progress Overall report available Course status
  • 6. Community Hubs Share courses with others Register on Moodle hub Enrol or Download option Standard Metadata Create a hub Build template database
  • 7. ePortfolios Publish or save items from Moodle to other places Multiple Formats Supports exports to  Downloading  Box.net  Flickr  Google Docs  Mahara  Picasa
  • 8. Enrolment Plugins Different plugins Multiple of same type! Set self-enrolment limits Create Cohorts  Across site  Category Auto-Enrols members
  • 9. Feedback Customisable survey tool Multiple question types Easy to configure
  • 10. Roles & Permissions Improved interfaces Isolation of Administrator role New Manager role
  • Contact InformationGavin HenrickElearning Solutions ConsultantEmail gavin@somerandomthoughts.comBlog http://www.somerandomthoughts.comTwitter http://twitter.com/ghenrickSlideshare http://www.slideshare.net/ghenrick/LinkedIn http://ie.linkedin.com/in/gavinhenrick