HowToMoodle Blog

Moodle Plugin review: Auto Enrolment

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.

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How to comply with Data Protection Law for your e-learning site

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.

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Do I need an SSL (TLS) certificate for my Moodle or Totara Learn site?

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...

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How to publish your course as an LTI tool in Moodle 3.1

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...

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How to share site wide activities and resources in Moodle and Totara Learn

If you have content that you would like to be available on your Moodle or Totara Learn site without the user needing to be enrolled in a course or logged in, you can add the content to the main menu block.

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Moodle 3.1 new feature: What is the Recycle Bin

Moodle HQ have recently released a new core plugin for Moodle 3.1, the Recycle Bin. This simply enables Moodle users to recover deleted course components, modules and entire courses if needed. In addition, the Recycle Bin is flexible, allowing administrators and/or users to determine the length[...]

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How to add additional options for your chosen text editor in Moodle or in Totara Learn

The two text editors most commonly used within Moodle and Totara LMS are Atto and Tiny MCE.

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Why using a Moodle partner can save you time and money

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 are ultimately responsible for ensuring that you choose the right supplier it can make things that much harder. For many[...]

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How to enable the mobile application for your Moodle site

If you would like to enable the use of the Moodle mobile application for your Moodle site you can do so, providing your Moodle site is on version 2.4 or above, although some Moodle mobile features will not be available in earlier versions of Moodle.

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Moodle 3.1 is now available

Moodle HQ have this week released their latest major version - 3.1.

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