CLAMP’s sixth CLAMP Chat will take place on Friday, April 23, from 2:00-3:00 PM Eastern Time. This chat will focus on Moodle’s PDF annotation feature. Topics covered will include how the document conversion works under the hood, selecting the right document converter, and common issues maintaining the functionality. The chat will be led by a panel featuring Carly Born (Carleton College), Charles Fulton (Lafayette College), Leslie Harris (Bucknell University), and Eric Merrill (Oakland University).
The chat will take place over Zoom. Please register for the chat using this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwpcO6hqz8uEtx_VeVD8jbUVf6H0FIRnQyH.
The final half-day of Moodle Hack/Doc Fest was dedicated to continued testing and integration work on Moodle 2.6. We also had two lunchtime presentations, one on the LAE’s move from Quickmail to CLAMP Mail, and another on Moodle/WordPress integration via LTI. Both presentations are available on YouTube.
Day 2 of the Winter 2014 Hack/Doc Fest saw the Doc’ers continue their work on testing Moodle 2.6’s new features while the Devs ran through their integration tasks and came to a consensus on what would be included in the upcoming 2.4, 2.5 and 2.6 releases. We also had a discussion about the future of the Liberal Arts Edition of Moodle and two lunchtime presentations. The presentations are available on YouTube.