We’re looking ahead to Moodle 3.3 which promises a new array of new features and enhancements. Here’s a taste of what’s expected plus a recap of what was new in the current version – model 3.2.
Moodle 3.3 expected new headline features
Dashboard: Improvements to help learners manage their work and review progress in one place.
Office 365 and G Suite integrations as standard: This is great news for organisations that use these popular productivity services.
Font Awesome support: You may be thinking Font what? But... this is great news for theme developers to create even better looking themes.
(Pssst…. There’s a rumour that there may be a new search option too). Woohoo!
Moodle 3.2 is heavily focused on improving the user experience and accessibility staying ahead of the digital curve for eLearning and training. A new theme with more modern navigation, improved messaging, step-by-step user tours and the ability to import competency frameworks compliment activity enhancements such as discussion locking, extra media player options and LTI 2 compliance. Moodle 3.2 is making learning more flexible and even better for mobile learning.
Moodle 3.2 have much sleeker learning experience
Here is a reminder of the headline 3.2 features:
- Enhanced editing experience - better and easier navigation with Boost, the core base theme for Moodle. Boost has improved navigation within and between courses
- Video and audio types can now be displayed across devices and browsers with subtitle and caption support using a new default player
- User tours are now available as a step-by-step guide allowing your learners to actively engage without delay
- Interactive and responsive charts will now show reports dynamically to your course participants
- Better control of older forum discussions and assignment deadlines