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  • edudip next Updates – Juni 2021
    am 14. Juni 2021 von Annett Jauch (edudip next)

    Was gibt’s Neues? In unserem Blog informieren wir Sie in Zukunft nach jedem Deployment kurz und prägnant über die neuesten Änderungen bei edudip next. Erfahren Sie jetzt mehr über wichtige Updates im Juni 2021. Alle Informationen sind darüber hinaus auch auf unserer Changelog-Seite aufgelistet. Case Study Gebr. Kemper GmbH + Co. KG In der neuen Der Beitrag edudip next Updates – Juni 2021 erschien zuerst auf edudip next.

  • Scanning links for malware
    am 11. Juni 2021 von Julia Carnes (Padlet Gazette)

    We scan all links. We remove the bad ones.

  • WordPress 5.8 Beta 1
    am 11. Juni 2021 von Florian Brinkmann (Blog |

    WordPress 5.8 Beta 1 wurde veröffentlicht. Die Version befindet sich noch in der Entwicklung, daher sollte sie nicht auf einer produktiven Website eingesetzt werden, sondern nur auf Testumgebungen. Ihr könnt WordPress 5.8 Beta 1 auf zwei Wegen testen: Mit dem Plugin WordPress Beta Tester. Über den direkten Download der Beta als ZIP. Momentan ist der

  • Maps localization
    am 9. Juni 2021 von Nitesh Goel (Padlet Gazette)

    We will now show localized maps that reflect the norms of the country you access Padlet from.

  • Learn Moodle 3.11 Basics MOOC is starting soon!
    am 28. Mai 2021

    by Helen Foster.  I’m happy to announce that we are running another Learn Moodle Basics MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) starting 7 June 2021. Learn Moodle 3.11 Basics is for anyone who wants to learn how to teach with Moodle. In this 4-week course, learners will explore many of the features in Moodle and have the chance to create a practice course of their own. If you’re interested, then sign up now on our Learn Moodle site! As with our previous MOOCs, if you would like to help out in the forums, please sign up too. Any support you can give to new Moodlers will be much appreciated. Finally, many thanks to everyone who participated in our previous MOOC. Please see Learn Moodle 3.9 Basics: Feedback and Actions for details of how your feedback has been used to improve the course for future participants.

  • Scanning uploads for viruses
    am 27. Mai 2021 von Julia Carnes (Padlet Gazette)

    We scan all uploads. We block the bad ones.

  • Extremer Nutzerzuwachs, Verdreifachung der Mitarbeiteranzahl und weitere KPI’s
    am 27. Mai 2021 von Hannah Hintemann (edudip next)

    Seit inzwischen mehr als einem Jahr befinden wir uns nun schon in einem Ausnahmezustand, der die Kommunikation in digitaler Form absolut notwendig macht. Die doch teilweise recht gemächlich voranschreitende Digitalisierung hat im vergangenen Jahr durch Corona ordentlich Fahrt aufgenommen. Die Vorteile von Webinaren, Online-Meetings und Videokonferenzen sind inzwischen allseits bekannt und so gehören digitale Kommunikationslösungen Der Beitrag Extremer Nutzerzuwachs, Verdreifachung der Mitarbeiteranzahl und weitere KPI’s erschien zuerst auf edudip next.

  • Adding Croatian, Estonian, Latvian, and traditional Chinese
    am 25. Mai 2021 von Julia Carnes (Padlet Gazette)

    We now support 42 languages on Padlet!

  • Der Support für Internet Explorer 11 wird eingestellt
    am 20. Mai 2021 von Angelika Reisiger (Blog |

    Der Internet Explorer 11 (IE11) wurde vor über 7 Jahren veröffentlicht und wird derzeit von weniger als 1 % aller Nutzer im Internet verwendet, wobei die Nutzung rapide abnimmt. Eine große Mehrheit populärer Websites hat die Unterstützung für den IE11 bereits eingestellt (einschließlich Microsoft Teams im Jahr 2020) und selbst die Microsoft 365-Apps und -Dienste

  • Mehr Transparenz mit Changelog & Status-Updates
    am 20. Mai 2021 von Annett Jauch (edudip next)

    Mehr Transparenz: Bleiben Sie auf dem Laufenden und abonnieren Sie die Status-Updates und das neue Changelog. Neben unserer Statusseite steht Ihnen nun auch unser neues Changelog zur Verfügung, welches Sie frühzeitig über anstehenden Änderungen informiert. edudip Changelog Das neue Changelog ist ab sofort online und kann jederzeit von Ihnen eingesehen oder abonniert werden. Im Changelog Der Beitrag Mehr Transparenz mit Changelog & Status-Updates erschien zuerst auf edudip next.

  • How to Build a Wholesale Store Using Toolset and WooCommerce Wholesale Pro
    am 17. Mai 2021 von Dario (Blog – Toolset)

    After its launch in 2020, Barn2’s WooCommerce Wholesale Pro plugin has quickly grown into one of the most popular solutions for building a wholesale store in WordPress. Let’s see how to use it with Toolset to build a wholesale store. How wholesale stores work Wholesale sites are obviously about Business-to-Business (B2B) transactions. Wholesale buyers aren’t The post How to Build a Wholesale Store Using Toolset and WooCommerce Wholesale Pro appeared first on Toolset.

  • Toolset Blocks 1.5.2 – New Theme Integrations and Even Better Performance and Compatibility
    am 17. Mai 2021 von Dario (Blog – Toolset)

    We’re introducing three new theme integrations, faster images, compatibility with new WooCommerce add-ons, and improved compatibility with other themes and plugins. New theme integrations Toolset 1.5.2 brings integration with three new beautiful themes to give you even more design options when building your websites. Themes integrated with Toolset allow you to control their design and The post Toolset Blocks 1.5.2 – New Theme Integrations and Even Better Performance and Compatibility appeared first on Toolset.

  • Who won over the classroom?
    am 14. Mai 2021 von Saúl Ibarra Corretgé (Blog – Jitsi)

    As you may know we have worked with the European Commission on a hackathon focused on Jitsi for education. The awards ceremony tool place this past Monday. You may watch it here: Now that we’ve The post Who won over the classroom? appeared first on Jitsi.

  • 100% pass rate in the Moodle 3.11 QA cycle
    am 14. Mai 2021

    by Helen Foster.  A big thank you to all our Quality Assurance (QA) testers, as listed in the Testing credits, who helped us achieve a Moodle 3.11 test pass rate of 100% in 4 weeks and 3 days. Congratulations to everyone who received a Moodle tester 2021 badge for running three or more tests. Thanks also to all our core developers, who helped with fixing bugs identified through testing, so that tests could be reset and run again. We are now ready for Moodle 3.11 to be released on Monday 17 May 2021.

  • Moodle 3.11: continuing on the road to 4.0
    am 13. Mai 2021

    by Sander Bangma.  It feels like 2021 has only just started, but here we are in May already! That also means we bring you another Moodle release. Moodle 3.11 is out now! With COVID-19 still firmly present around the world, our thoughts go out to all those in the most affected countries. Online education remains more critical than ever and that’s why I’m pleased to announce Moodle 3.11. Just like the 3.10 release, Moodle 3.11 is considered an interim version, with development for Moodle 4.0 occuring in parallel. There is plenty of reason to upgrade though, with numerous very nice improvements!Dedicated to the Moodle Partner network Moodle Partners have supported the Moodle project since 2004 by providing expertise in hosting, customisation, support and training in Moodle. Our Partner network consists of over 100 organisations worldwide who work together with their customers to deliver a solution that is tailored to each organisation’s unique needs. Without them, Moodle would not have the same global impact it has today. The Moodle Partner network is a crucial part of the broader Moodle ecosystem. They facilitate the development of high quality learning environments worldwide. We dedicate the Moodle 3.11 release to the Moodle Partner network in recognition of their contribution to the Moodle project and to thank them for their long-standing commitment!Community collaborationThis release has again been made possible with the contributions of the wider Moodle Community. With over 1,100 commits from more than 100 developers, there have been contributions from 21 countries in the Moodle 3.11 release!In addition to code contributions you have helped us by running QA tests, providing translations and writing documentation. Many of you are also continuing to take part in our research for Moodle 4.0, with user testing and providing feedback on the designs.As an open source project we thrive on your participation and contributions, which benefit not only the Moodle community, but all Moodle users out there! On behalf of all of them, I warmly thank you for your efforts in supporting and improving Moodle.New in Moodle 3.11We have some great improvements in Moodle 3.11. Below I highlight some of the key ones:Improved activity completion; students can now quickly see what they need to do to complete the course and by when. This improvement was originally scheduled for Moodle 4.0, but through collaboration with and funding from the Moodle User Association (MUA), we have been able to deliver this in Moodle 3.11. By clearly displaying the activity due date information and the completion requirements, both on the course page and inside the activity, it is now easier than ever for students to understand what to do next.Accessibility Toolkit; Moodle has partnered with Brickfield Education Labs to further improve the accessibility of the Moodle platform. Included in 3.11 is the Starter level of the Accessibility Toolkit developed by Brickfield. This toolkit enables teachers and course creators to check the content of their course for common accessibility issues. After identifying the accessibility concerns the toolkit provides direct links to areas that need improving. A heatmap overlay on the course page clearly visualises the key areas to focus on first.Open Badges v2.1 (Badge Connect API); Moodle 3.11 now supports Open Badges v2.1. As part of this Moodle implements the Badge Connect API which provides a standardised authorisation service that allows users to easily access and exchange badges from and to their backpacks.Quiz improvements; there are a number of nice quiz improvements, including: support for plagiarism checking and word counts (minimum and maximum) in essay questions, question settings are now retained as user preferences to save educators time in creating questions, and a number of UI improvements.H5P improvements; administrators now have the option to disable specific content types, content creators can keep their H5P package unlisted while they are working on it, and it is now possible to check the number of times a particular H5P package has been used on the site. Other nice improvements include the ability to change audio and video playback speed in the media player and support for shared drives in the Google Drive repository.I encourage you to take a look at our Moodle 3.11 new features page and the overview video below! For the full list of improvements please take a look at the release notes. How can I get Moodle 3.11?Find Moodle 3.11 on our download page or, if you are looking for additional Moodle services such as hosting or further custom development, reach out to one of our Moodle Partners. As always, we will release updated versions of the Moodle App, MoodleCloud and Moodle Workplace platforms over the coming weeks.Coming in Moodle 4.0Together with the community we are working hard towards Moodle 4.0, where the focus is on improving the user experience. We want to delight our users and to inform these improvements we have conducted surveys, workshops and are continuously iterating our designs during user testing. A big thank you to all who have participated so far!Recently, we have seen some changes in our UX team members with Candice Diemer departing. I’m very pleased to let everyone know that Rafael Lechugo has taken over as lead UX designer for this project. Rafael has extensive Moodle experience and is the Moodle Workplace UX lead. We’ve been able to hit the ground running as we push forward with this important project.Moodle 4.0’s UX work will target improving of:the navigation for all userscourse creation and editingthe student course experienceonboarding for new usersSee below for a current work-in-progress UX prototype illustrating the updated horizontal navigation using tabs, a new course index, and an onboarding hint for new users to edit the course. In addition we are working to include a number of smaller UX wins and plan to introduce a Moodle UI component library to make it easier for the community to extend Moodle using consistent UI elements.Other exciting work already in progress for the 4.0 release includes the integration of Moodle Workplace’s report builder into Moodle LMS. This will be the start of providing a more comprehensive and more complete reporting solution in Moodle LMS.The integration of the BigBlueButton plugin is also underway for Moodle 4.0. This well-known open source video conferencing solution will be a welcome addition in this time of increased online learning. Another important improvement will be adding support for Moodle LMS as an LTI 1.3 Advantage provider. This will allow Moodle to host LTI activities in compliance with the latest specifications of IMS Global.Stay tuned as we push ahead on the road to Moodle 4.0!

  • WordPress 5.7.2 Sicherheits-Release
    am 13. Mai 2021 von Angelika Reisiger (Blog |

    WordPress 5.7.2 wurde am 13.5.2021 veröffentlicht und behebt eine Sicherheitslücke. Da dies ein Sicherheits-Release ist, wird dringend empfohlen, das Update zeitnah zu installieren. Alle WordPress-Versionen seit Version 3.7 einschließlich sind von der Sicherheitslücke betroffen. WordPress 5.7.2 ist ein kurzzyklischer Sicherheits-Release. Die nächste Hauptversion wird die Version 5.8. Lade WordPress 5.7.2 zum Installieren herunter oder gehe zu

  • Moodle 3.10.4 and other minors are available
    am 10. Mai 2021

    by Sander Bangma.  Dear all,Moodle 3.10.4, 3.9.7, 3.8.9 and 3.5.18 are released today and available for download via the usual download channels ( or Git).These minor releases include bug-fixes, as well as security improvements. Details of the security fixes will be emailed to administrators of all registered sites. It should be a smooth upgrade, which we recommend you do as soon as you can. The release notes for each version can be found here:Moodle 3.10.4 release notesMoodle 3.9.7 release notesMoodle 3.8.9 release notesMoodle 3.5.18 release notesMoodle 3.10.x and 3.9.x (LTS) are the currently supported versions, with 3.9.x entering security support only. Moodle 3.5.x (LTS) and 3.8.x have now seen their last minor release and are no longer supported.Please see the releases page for more details.Stay tuned for next week, when we release Moodle 3.11!

  • New WordPress Design Course
    am 7. Mai 2021 von Dario (Blog – Toolset)

    We just published a brand new training course on designing sites in WordPress. It covers essential design theory and how to apply it to your own projects built with Toolset. You can find the new WordPress Design Course in our documentation. Here’s what you’ll find in the course. Introduction to site designing with Toolset A The post New WordPress Design Course appeared first on Toolset.

  • GP Premium 2.0.2
    am 4. Mai 2021 von Tom (GeneratePress)

    This small update fixes a handful of small bugs found in GP Premium 2.0.0. Elements: Use blog page title for dynamic title if set Spacing: Fix reset button bug in Customizer controls WooCommerce: Fix infinite scroll applying to product taxonomy pages

  • GP Premium 2.0.1
    am 29. April 2021 von Tom (GeneratePress)

    This small update fixes a handful of small bugs found in GP Premium 2.0.0. Blog: Fix infinite scroll bug on product archives Elements: Fix error in WP 4.9.x versions Menu Plus: Prevent 0x0 logo dimension attributes if no dimensions exist Site Library: Add vertical scroll ability to the Site Library control area