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  • What Is the Proposal of Value of the Code Review in Open LMS? Why I Cannot Add All the Moodle™ Community Plugins That I Want?

    These are frequent questions from our customers about plugins, and I would like to open a conversation about it.

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  • Quiz Me Exponentially...and Successfully

    In these unprecedented times when so many of us are working and learning remotely, one of the words on every educator’s mind is “Online.”

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  • Zoom plugin is now available with no maintenance fee!

    Due to increased requests, and in the spirit of openness and choice, Open LMS has decided to change the Zoom plugin to be available with no maintenance fee.

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  • Building a Modern Virtual Learning Environment (VLE)

    Explore how to start incorporating modern technologies and blended learning experiences to form a solid virtual learning environment.

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  • Reflecting on Blackboard’s Impact on Moodle™ and the Open-Source Community

    You likely heard that Blackboard has agreed to sell its Open LMS Moodle business to Learning Technologies Group (LTG).

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  • Coronavirus contingency: Important information about Open LMS

    We know that these are challenging times, and as our community continues to execute contingency plans for Coronavirus, we wanted to address some common questions that we have received:

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  • 3 alternatives to replace Flash content in your Moodle-based product

    Adobe will end support of Flash at the end of 2020. This is a big and expected move, but one that has many consequences as it is one of the most popular formats in which learning content was created. Specially, within SCORM packages.

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  • Open LMS 3.7 MP1 is here!

    Open LMS 3.7 MP1 is arriving. It includes a report to find flash content in your courses and the ability to upload pictures to PLD’s HTML emails.

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  • Prepare for Flash End of Life with this plugin for your Open LMS site

    As announced in their blog, Adobe will end support of Flash at the end of 2020 in favor of supporting more modern and open standards such as HTML5 and WebGL.

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