Moots This Week: CLAMP’s ATAC And Hack/Doc Fest, MoodleMoot Spain 2018

Clamp, Moodle’s Liberal Arts consortium, hosted ATAC, this week. ATAC is one of the few Moodle events focused primarily on IT administrators, rather than “end users.” Topics […]

Record Unlimited Audio And Video In Moodle 3.5, No Plugins Required

The Atto text editor, one of the two Moodle offers by default, now comes with the ability to record audio and video straight from the […]

Catch The Full “Learn Moodle Basics 3.5” Video Playlist Now

The “Learn Moodle 3.5 Basics” MOOC has begun! As always, you are invited to join the global community of fellow lifelong learners and be a […]

Up Your Moodle Training Ante With MoodleBites Ahead Of The Official Moodle MOOC

Everything is set for yet another “Learn Moodle” Basics MOOC by Moodle HQ, in which Community Educator Mary Cooch details the main uses of the […]

Find Your Way, Or Get Lost, In The New Moodle 3.5 Search Engine

With a classically direct name, “Simple Search,” Moodle 3.5 brings a solution that might go unnoticed to most users, but will be greatly appreciated by […]

Save Time! Use Keyboard Shortcuts on the iPad

One technology integration issue I hear about often from teachers is the amount of time it takes for students to get logged into a website or […]

Record Student Thinking with @RecapThat

I learned about Recap, an app that allows students to record video answers to questions the teacher asks, when a colleague of mine requested that […]

Awww, Breakout! with #BreakoutEDU

BreakoutEDU Creators James Sanders (@jamestsanders) and Mark Hammons (@mhammons) state that it’s time for something different in education. I couldn’t agree more. Throughout this school year, […]

Hyperlinks! In Google Docs and Slides! In the iPad Apps!

I have so much love for Google Apps for Education, and I am extremely excited about the update I recently discovered for the iPad apps (as I’m […]

Create Digital Portfolios with @Seesaw

When I hear the word seesaw, I usually picture the playground equipment of my youth, also known as a teeter totter. Now that I’ve been using the Seesaw app for awhile, […]

Sharing Student Work: From iPad to Google Drive to the World

The iPad is an excellent tool for students to use when creating content. They are able to make different types of presentations, annotate still images, and […]

Connect Your Classroom Using #MysteryHangouts

I am passionate about helping teachers connect their classrooms bring the world to their students. One way I’ve done this is through promoting Mystery Hangouts […]

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