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[...]
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.
Do you struggle to format your content in Books within your Moodle or Totara Learn site? You may find that you are copying your existing content from your word-processed documents into the editor, only to find its formatting looks wrong or your images are missing from the page once your book has[...]
As Moodle and Totara support specialists we're asked a wide array of support requests from our supported clients. In this blog, I'm answering the top five most common support queries we receive.
HowToMoodle are long term experts in training organisations on how to get the best out of their Moodle site so we’ve heard most of the questions below before and we normally pre-empt them in our training delivery.
In this blog post, I expand upon the 5-most common questions I get asked when[...]
Relax, no red PVC all-in-one required for this Moodle tip.
Appointing the right supplier for any aspect in your organisation can be a difficult and timely task. So when you’ve got strict time and budget pressures on top of it, and you're ultimately responsible for ensuring you choose the right supplier it can make things much harder.. For many[...]
The same way we approach security with our online existence , we do with our Moodle and Totara sites. In this post, we discuss the difference between an 'http' and 'https' site and what a Moodle / Totara site administrator can do in relation to password policy settings.
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[...]