Engage learners in online discussions with the PDF Annotation plugin

One of the great strengths of our open source LMS is its community contributed Moodle plugins. These are extra features developed by community members which admins can add to their sites to extend functionality, enhance learning and improve the student experience.

While Moodle’s core flexibility allows educators to deliver teaching in any style they prefer – from simply displaying videos and presentations to challenging course participants with quizzes and assignments, it was originally developed with collaboration in mind. Students work together, learn together and construct knowledge in the process.

So it is great to see new Moodle plugins from the community which encourage just that. PDF Annotation, recently approved in the Moodle Plugins directory, is one such example and we’re excited to share it here:

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