During December and January each year we update all our online courses to the latest version of Moodle.This means that all our MoodleBites online courses will be using Moodle 3.4 as the ‘reference version’ during 2018.
Of course we add small items relating to updates during the year also, for the ‘early-adopters’ (!)
But for most people using the version of Moodle available at the start of the year is the best option because:
a) If using a slightly older version it gives them a great ‘heads-up’ on what to expected when their site is upgraded
b) We share the most important changes for newer versions as they are released, so the course also prepares even the most up-to-date users on what’s coming next !
MoodleBites courses are available for Teachers, Designers, Administrators, and Developers. Head over to www.moodlebites.com to find out more 🙂
Latest posts by Stuart Mealor (see all)
- Moodle Tech Tip: Strange Moodle behaviour after upgrade? Check plugins! – 19th April 2018
- Moodle plugin of the month – HTML block for Cohorts – 12th April 2018
- Moodle Tech Tip: Removing old Themes – 8th April 2018