How to Authenticate Users From Moodle Into WordPress MU

Introduction

As I was exploring which social networks to use next year, I tried out WordPress MU with Buddypress to complement Moodle, my course management system, on the advice of Christopher Rogers. Another teacher, Colin Matheson, and I both wanted to implement this but we also required a single-sign on, if possible, . . . → Read More: How to Authenticate Users From Moodle Into WordPress MU

Which Social Network/CMS Should I Use Next Year?

Recently, I have written quite a bit about social networking with students for the book that I am trying to write. I’ve also found out that I may be returning to the classroom next year with a high school teaching job in Massachusetts. While I can’t offer any details on it yet, . . . → Read More: Which Social Network/CMS Should I Use Next Year?

Moodle Moot!

Those of you who have known me or been following this blog for any length of time will not be surprised to hear that I believe Moodle is one of single best tools available that can improve teaching. Moodle is not a panacea for education, but it does increase collaboration, communication, productivity, . . . → Read More: Moodle Moot!

My Vision for an Open-Source Library

Those of you who have been reading this blog for any length of time will already know that I am a fairly outspoken open-source advocate. This post delves into a topic that most people are uncomfortable with. To begin, last week I was reflecting on the job that we have done in . . . → Read More: My Vision for an Open-Source Library

The Open-Source Church

I am currently reading S.H.A.P.E. by Erik Rees. While I am not yet finished with the book, it is insightful and I believe it can help people to discover their Kingdom Purpose, or what God intended them to do to share His love with the world and contribute back to the . . . → Read More: The Open-Source Church