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.
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...
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.
Following our recent in-depth blog on what's coming up in Totara 9.0, we have put together a handy visual summary of it's key features for you to download!
As we approach the release date for Totara 9, the most highly anticipated major release of Totara LMS (and the first since the announcement of the fork from Moodle), here at HowToMoodle towers we’ve been having a dig around the preview site getting to know all of the exciting new features it’s[...]
In the rapidly developing world of Totara, it’s easy to miss new updates and additions – especially if they’re not flagship features. One of the more recent additions from last year’s 2.9 release was the Report Table block, which, alongside the Report Manager and Report Graph blocks, could[...]
The two text editors most commonly used within Moodle and Totara LMS are Atto and Tiny MCE.
We recently published our latest case study on our client's implementation of Totara LMS. In May we spoke to Andrew Schlussel, Global Head of Training and Development at the Moving Picture Company (MPC), regarding the company's decision to choose Totara as their Learning Management System, and[...]
eLearning can be classed as any instruction that uses digital technology as a way to distribute and deliver educational content to participants. Many organisations are incorporating online learning into their learning and development plans due to the cost and efficiency benefits that it brings.
What is the Checklist module
The checklist module plugin allows students and teachers to track progress through a course within Moodle. The checklist displays progress using a progress bar that fills up as users check off items on their checklist.