HowToMoodle Blog

Totara News: How Open Source innovation network benefits businesses

by Gemma Mellings | Nov 27, 2015 | Blog, Totara news

Totara HQ have put together an interesting infographic about how their open source innovation network benefits everyone - especially the client.

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What's new in Moodle 3.0

We recently predicted what would be coming up in the new Moodle 3.0 version release. Now it’s here, we take a look at the new and exciting features that have now officially been announced!

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How to tag courses in Totara Learn to help learners find relevant courses

by Richard Hall | Nov 17, 2015 | Blog, Totara Tips

Tagging courses in Totara Learn provides for an easy way for your learners to find courses relevant to their needs.

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Trouble viewing Vimeo videos in full screen in Moodle

by Jamie Biddulph | Nov 11, 2015 | Blog, Moodle Tips, vimeo

In newer versions of Google Chrome there is an issue where embedded videos from Vimeo will not display in full screen within a URL resource in Moodle.

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Theme of the month - Cordie's Moodle Theme 

by Gemma Mellings | Nov 11, 2015 | Blog, Moodle, moodle themes

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.

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Totara LMS v2.9 Release - New Features and Improvements

by Gemma Mellings | Nov 04, 2015 | News, totara 2.9, Totara news

Totara LMS' latest version - 2.9.0 has been released this week, packed with exciting new features and improvements. While this is not the complete list, we have summarised the main features of what you can expect with this latest version.

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Moodle 3.0 Release: Here are the most anticipated updates and features

We have no idea where time has gone, but we've now hit the 3.0 milestone!

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Team focus: Introducing our newest team member

by Gemma Mellings | Nov 03, 2015 | News

We are delighted to introduce our newest member of the HowToMoodle team - Jamie Biddulph.

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