CLAMP Chats are a series of free one-hour Zoom events organized by CLAMP. Each event will be led by a community member, focusing on a different aspect of Moodle. A general discussion will follow. Registration is required. All times are Eastern. Several chats were recorded and are available on CLAMP’s YouTube page.
- CLAMP is developing a schedule for Fall 2022. Please fill out the CLAMP Chat survey if you or someone at your school is interested in hosting a chat, or if there’s a topic you’d like to hear about.
- Wednesday, June 9, 2022: Summer 2022 Hack/Doc Fest events
- Professor David Musicant (Carleton College) demonstrated using CodeCheck with Moodle. Watch Moodle Showcase: Using CodeCheck to Help Learn Programming on YouTube
- Michael Spall (Idaho State University) walked through custom theming work undertaken to support Moodle 4.0 at Idaho State. Watch Moodle Showcase: Theming and Filters in Moodle 4.0 on YouTube
- Carly Born (Carleton College) discussed various strategies for coping with the Moodle grade book. Watch Moodle Showcase: Taming the Gradebook on YouTube
- Friday, November 19, 2021, 2:00 PM: Andrew Ruether (Swarthmore College) previewed changes in the forthcoming Moodle 4.0 release. Watch CLAMP Chat: Moodle 4.0 preview on YouTube
- Friday, October 15, 2021: Carly Born (Carleton College) explored just-in-time documentation with Moodle’s User Tours. Watch CLAMP Chat: Documentation is Dead, Long Live Documentation! on YouTube
- Wednesday, June 9, 2021: Summer 2021 Hack/Doc Fest events
- Andrew Ruether (Swarthmore College) explored responding to academic honesty concerns. Watch Summer 2021 Hack/Doc Fest: Academic Honesty and the LMS on YouTube
- E. J. Hudock and Jason Alley discussed Lafayette’s transition to mixed local/remote instruction for Fall 2020. Watch Summer 2021 Hack/Doc: Equipping classrooms for mixed local/remote instruction on YouTube