As part of my presentation, I hope to give out information regarding Moodle Partners as well as discuss some innovate things people are doing with Moodle.
Moodle Partners: I'm willing to act as a "salesperson" for you. If you have business cards, flyers, or promotional material, I'll give it away!
Educators: If you have courses or Moodle sites you feel are extraordinary, let me know and I may use your site / course in my presentation.
I'll be presenting April 4th, so I'll need the material soon! Email me for my mailing address.
This is a wonderful opportunity to demonstrate Moodle to some decision makers in Higher Education in the state. Thanks for your help in promoting Moodle!
Feel free to use it should you wish. http://playpen.monte.nsw.edu.au
one Moodle unique feature is the interactive theme Chameleon. I do not know any other software offering such an interactive tool to work with the interface.
It's advantages are in building flexible themes, optimizing existing themes and support. To help on with theme questions it is easy to reference the Chameleon site and describe some steps to go. You immediately see the outcome of your changes.
You can try and work with it on the Chameleon test site http://chameleon-theme.unodo.de/. Helen resented Chameleon at the Savanna Moodle conference and told me that everybody was very interested.
I hope this helps
Hi Urs, but how to log in, without registration?
Scott, the Chameleon theme is in CVS (Moodle 1.6).
The drag-and-drop feature will not be part of the Moodle core for 1.6, but I am sure it will find it's way to the Moodle core. At a minimum as an add-on.
In the moment Martin and the other developers are too busy to get Moodle 1.6 ready for beta to answer my question about this topic If you are interested in discussions about this feature please follow the links in my posting.
I hope this helps
Thanks for telling me about Chameleon being in 1.6. I've been testing 1.6, but never looked to see if there were new themes!
Like you said, I'm sure everyone has been busy trying to clean-up 1.6 for release. Maybe after it hits the door, discussion about ajax will come about. Although the drag-and-drop interface is not necessary, it sure is slick!