IBL News | New York
A new social media platform for educators initially focused on collaboratively curating collections of open content, will debut on August 2019. MoodleNet will replace the existing moodle.net, which will be closed, with its existing content (i.e. competency frameworks) archived to its latest site.
“MoodleNet is going to become the place to share and learn from each other to improve the quality of education,” said Helen Foster, community manager at Moodle on the company’s forum.
MoodleNet, in testing mode since January 2019, will be an integral part of the Moodle ecosystem.
A MoodleNet plugin will be included as a standard in Moodle 3.8, to be launched on November 11, 2019. This will enable users to import resources from the new MoodleNet to Moodle courses.
The guide Sunsetting moodle.net provides more information about the site closing.