Moodle 2.3 and 2.4 some of the improvements since moodle 2.2


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Moodle 2.3 and 2.4 - Some of the improvements since Moodle 2.2

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Moodle 2.3 and 2.4 some of the improvements since moodle 2.2

  1. 1. Some of the improvements since Moodle 2.2
  2. 2. » Major performance improvements» Navigation» Added layers of Caching» Optimised the navigation widget» Improved statistics performance» Improved IE 8-10 performance
  3. 3. » New icons for Moodle» Warning will be displayed if trying to navigate away from a form with content edited» Can use built-in browser spell check
  4. 4. » One section per page» Easily navigate between sections» Conditional access now works for a course section as well as activities» Activities and topics can be restricted according to user profile fields» Remove/Add sections from course page» Stream your external calendars into Moodles calendar
  5. 5. » Edit the name of any activity or resource directly on the course page» Drag and drop blocks» Ajax editing on by default» Activity Chooser» Drag files into course sections» Cohorts can now be synchronised to course groups
  6. 6. » New Looking file picker, easier to navigate» Server Files easier to navigate» Thumbnails for images, Icons for file types» Drag and drop enabled!» File info editable» Can display file size / type on course page» Aliases to files
  7. 7. Book» Now in coreSCORM» New graph report» Drag SCORM into the course page to add» SCORM correctly report activity completion
  8. 8. » Completely rewritten» Easier to configure» Submission statement» Submission date extensions» Blind marking» Offline marking» Group assignments
  9. 9. » Deadline shown in calendar» Automatic phase switching after deadline – option» Teachers can assess submissions in grading evaluation phase» Alternate grading methods» Improved pagination, and filtering on group submissions
  10. 10. » Admin notified by email if update available for core code and any contributed plugins» Can now update a plugin through interface if out of date» Users can set the order and number of courses displayed on their My home page.
  11. 11. Gavin HenrickE: gavin@lts.ieT: @ghenrickB: www.somerandomthoughts.comS: