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Getting Started with Online Course Design


Building a course for online delivery may present many challenges.

10 Tips for Adding a SCORM Activity in Moodle


Today, I’m going to focus on the best practices for adding SCORM (Sharable Content Object Reference Model) packages into your Moodle courses.

Building Trust in your Moodle Classroom


Recently I had the opportunity to attend a conference session on developing trusted relationships, and it got me thinking about the importance of building trust within the online environment.

Moodle Course Design in Snap


In Moodle site administrators set a theme to change the look and feel of the site. Moodle 2.7 has two themes (Clean and More), both of which are responsive. Moodlerooms also has a responsive theme called Snap.



Whether you are considering moving courses from Moodle 1.9 or another Learning Management System (LMS), Moodlerooms has options to assist in the migration.

8 Ways to Up the Ante of your Moodle and Joule Courses in 2015


The start of a new year is a perfect time to set a few goals for improving your e-learning courses.

Using a responsive theme


Responsive design focuses on creating a site that responds to what device a user is currently accessing the site from and optimizes the layout to fit the screen size and orientation.

Save Time When Building Your Moodle Courses


If you build courses in Moodle, then this post is for you. Today, I’m going to provide you with some time saving techniques to use when building your Moodle courses.

Designing Courses for Mobile Access


As the adoption of mobile devices increase, so does the demand for information to be readily accessible from them.

Using Moodle/Joule for Hybrid Delivery


A few weeks ago, we introduced one process for developing hybrid courses, identifying what environment may work best for the delivery of some common classroom activities.