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Moodle have recently announced the release of their latest Mobile version, 2.8, for Android and iOS.

The main highlight of this new release is it's SCORM player for playing SCORM 1.2 packages offline. When offline, the app will store all tracking information (e.g. grades) then once back online, it will synchronize with Moodle again.

 

Moodle Mobile 2.8 Release SCORM Player SCORM Player

 

 

Moodle Mobile 2.8 Release SCORM Player. SCORM Player

 

 

Moodle Mobile 2.8 Release Table of Contents SCORM Table of Contents

 

The new release also now follows enrolment links in any resource in a course.

For more information on the Moodle Mobile SCORM player click here, and you can view the full release notes for this version here.

The Moodle mobile app is now available on Google Play and will also be available in the App store soon. You can find the app here: https://download.moodle.org/mobile.

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