I was delivering bespoke Moodle training at a UK housing association earlier this month, where Moodle is used as a platform to engage with their residents. Moodle has been in place for a few years and the Forum activity module is used extensively for residents to communicate about issues they[...]
There are a range of available options to generate reports and gather data in your eLearning site. Depending on your requirements, reporting functionality can range from straightforward reporting on single courses (in Moodle) through to gathering data on system-wide competencies (in Totara[...]
We had a great session-filled day at our recent “Success with eLearning” seminar, held in London on 7th June.
Over 60 people from a range of organisations attended to hear talks from speakers from Moodle HQ, Totara HQ, Flint Bishop Solicitors, as well as a client success story from Southampton[...]
In May we spoke to Education Research Coordinator, Daniel Colebourn, from the British Red Cross regarding the recent Moodle theme we created for their pilot first aid online learning platform.
If you have multiple groups of users on your Moodle site you may want to tailor specific themes to certain users.
In November we spoke to Margarita Griffith, Senior Learning Officer for the International Federation of the Red Cross based in Panama. There are over 5,000 branches of the 35 Red Cross National Societies in the Americas worldwide. IFRCs main aim is to train volunteers across the world so that[...]
We recently spoke to Strategic Programme Manager, Tracey Webster, from Cordie Ltd, about the Moodle theme we have created for Cordie’s Virtual Purchasing Academy.
We have no idea where time has gone, but we've now hit the 3.0 milestone!
A series of blog posts addressing how HowToMoodle deliver effective content on time, and to the right place.
For many organisations there is a need for learners to retake courses annually. Examples of such recurring courses that I came across recently are Data Protection, Safeguarding and Health and Safety courses.