This week we’ve reviewed the Course completed enrolment plugin – a Moodle plugin that helps automate/assist the enrolment process on a Moodle site.
We recently spoke to MOL’s Product Director, Paul Rogers, regarding the Moodle theme we created for their site.
The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) will take effect on 25th May 2018.
If you are unfamiliar with GDPR, the guide at the Information Commissioner’s Office website is a good starting point: https://ico.org.uk/for-organisations/guide-to-the-general-data-protection-regulation-gdpr/
I really enjoyed attending Learning Technologies 2018 in London Olympia. I was there to see what’s happening in all worlds of e-learning systems, talk to fellow Totara and Moodle partners and to attend some of the free seminars, as recommended by Fosway’s Kate Graham on LinkedIn. Wish I could be[...]
Mountain Healthcare is a UK business providing Referral Services and Police Custodial Healthcare.
We spoke to Debs Woodcraft, Governance & Education Coordinator at Mountain Healthcare to produce this case study, which explores the challenges the company faced in training large numbers of staff[...]
So, you have a Moodle site and have your course content ready. But now comes the challenge of making your courses attractive and engaging so that your learners want to learn. This task can be harder than you may first think. But the good news is I'm here to help! I've listed 7 key considerations[...]
“The main problem we were trying to solve with online learning was to increase the ability and knowledge of our sales people... The final aim is that our customers are better served and our sales people are more successful.”
Leica Geosystems, a part of Hexagon, is the industry leader in[...]
Uploading files for your learners to access is a big part of many Moodle and Totara Learn courses. Whether that's video or audio files that you want to play within the course page, PDF files view or PowerPoints to download, there are different display options that suit each type.
Designing your eLearning courses with accessibility in mind is the best way to ensure you cater for a wider range of needs. One of the top tips for designing inclusive courses is to subtitle and caption your videos.