As of May 25th 2018, the new GDPR law will come into force across the whole of the European Union.
Moodle has in its latest upgrade to 3.5 taken some measures to address these new regulations and it maybe worthwhile just taking a few moments to read through them so that you are clear about what they mean to yourself here at the FHNW.
I have made a link to the relevant
Moodle page here.
Also, there is a link to an interesting guide on the subject
GDPR 25 May 2018
For anyone who is interested in learning how to make the most of Moodle, Moodle are running a MOOC called Learn Moodle starting on the 18th June 2018.
To register, login here:
A new guide for students starting at the FHNW Hochschule für Technik has been developed.
The intention is for the guide to work together with the new e-learning portal and to give the students a “heads up” on what they can expect to find, and how to get started.
It has been produced in both German and English, the latter aimed mainly at overseas students visiting us here.
A link to the guides can be found here:
Studierende, FHNW Campus Brugg-Windisch
Moodle 3.5 is here and looks to include a whole range of new features.
If you would like to take a look, I can give you access to the Development version on Digitally Learning or you can access a test course via the LTI link in the HT active Moodle.