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We are excited to announce that we have recently achieved Gold partnership for Totara.
As we discussed in the previous guest blog on Data Protection Law, operators of e-learning sites are likely to obtain and hold all kinds of data about users including names and e-mails addresses at the very least and so it is important to understand the rights that those users have in relation[...]
Introducing Auto enrolment
The Auto enrolment is a great plugin which allows you to enrol users based on actions that they make within Moodle, such as logging in, viewing a course or viewing an activity/resource.
Following our recent creation of 3 concept designs for social housing provider, The Hyde Group, we had a chat with Annie Hammond, Resident Engagement Communications Adviser, about their initial theme requirements for their Moodle site, and the final design created by the HowToMoodle team.
David Miller, Partner at Flint Bishop Solicitors, gives a practical and straightforward guide into aspects you should consider with your eLearning site when it comes to complying with Data Protection Law.
As part of our hosting plans, we include an SSL (TLS) certificate as standard. But, you may ask, what is it and do I need it? Here we address those queries...
If you haven't yet upgraded your Moodle site to 3.1, or are yet to take advantage of the new 3.1 features it brings, here is a new one for you to explore...
If you have content that you would like to be available on your Moodle or Totara LMS site without the user needing to be enrolled in a course or logged in, you can add the content to the main menu block.
We are pleased to announce that we will be exhibiting at the World of Learning Conference and Exhibition again this year. The show, which will take place on 19th and 20th October at the NEC, Birmingham, will be featuring the latest in Learning & Development from a wide range of exhibitors, along[...]