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Upgraded VLEs

All our Moodle Virtual Learning Environments have now been successfully upgraded this summer with a new look and mobile-compatible theme. This will improve students’ experience of using their VLE and make it easier to access their teaching materials on screens of different sizes, and ensure they receive the latest security protection. We have already received positive feedback from both lead college staff and students about the improvements.

If you want to know more about any new features introduced in the latest upgrade of Moodle or would like a demonstration of any of the VLEs then get in touch here.

Moodle User Group meeting

Members of the Learning Technology Team recently attended the latest Moodle User Group meeting to learn about the latest VLE related news and updates.

For those that don’t know, Moodle is the online learning platform in which all of our VLEs exist. Four times a year, users of Moodle who are supported by ULCC (University of London Computer Centre) meet in Senate House to discuss progress and give feedback. Continue reading Moodle User Group meeting

Moodle upgrades

All of our VLEs (Virtual Learning Environments) are due to be upgraded to a new version of Moodle in the coming months.

Upgrading to Moodle 2.8 will bring some new functionality to the VLEs and will include the introduction of a mobile-compatible theme to bring them up-to-date with users’ needs. In Moodle, ‘themes’ are the method by which the appearance of the whole site can be controlled, creating a consistent look and feel to the VLE.
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Moodle reporting workshop

Members of the team attended a workshop run by the University of London Computer Centre (ULCC) on producing reports within Moodle Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs).

The half-day included members from a variety of institutions and colleges using Moodle and it was apparent that, although the users had very different VLEs and came from very different educational establishments, everyone’s needs were similar. Some key elements were identified, including:

  • Flexibility to create reports for different groups, categories, courses
  • Create reports using date ranges
  • Visual display of results in Moodle

The next phase is for ULCC to analyse the results of the workshop and set priorities on the requested features.

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