As Moodle gains in maturity, its directions are increasingly influenced by the community of developers and users. A dynamic database of proposed features and their status can be found at moodle.org/bugs. Your contributions in the form of ideas, code, feedback and promotion are all very welcome - see the Developers manual and the community forums for more details. You can also pay to have certain features developed sooner- see moodle.com/development for information and a quote.
- Blogs as the main tool for reflective activities (providing user, course and site feeds).
- Database module, a general purpose tool for collaborative data entry, searching and browsing
- Integration with LAMS as an activity or course format
- Some better statistics
- Incoming email handling
- Basic Web Services API
- My Moodle page providing a customisable overview of all courses, plus RSS feeds and so on.
- Improved User Profile page, integrating Blogs, feeds etc in a semi-public home page
- Preliminary support for IMS LD Level A, allowing import and export
- Full support for SCORM 2004
- Improved Web Services API
- Integration with some repositories
- Conditional activities, allowing dependencies and forced paths
- Complete support for IMS LD standard
- Improved Groups, allowing groups to be defined at site and activity level
- Improved Roles implementation, allowing custom roles at site, course and activity level
- Many of the main pages customisable using HTML templates.
- Some exciting developments in making Moodle more network-aware, with a natural evolution of Moodle's focus on collaboration. More on this here later.