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This roadmap collects the best information about upcoming features in Moodle. It is not 100% certain - features may change according to available funding and developers.

Version 1.6 - Beta expected late February 2006

  • Unicode -, Eloy Lafuente and Koen Roggemans
Moodle is now 100% Unicode, which means any language can be mixed together and an end to a number of problems that different character sets caused us.
A new one-stop wiki site for ALL Moodle documentation, including links from Moodle itself
A new activity module that allows collaborative collection of structured data, useful for many things!
  • LAMS - LAMS Foundation
Integrated via a course format and an activity module
  • Blogs - Daryl Hawes and
Allows reflection on an ongoing basis. Entries are marked and can be viewed by user, course, group, site etc. Contains new keyword support.
Provides statistics at a higher level than before (by course etc.)
A dashboard interface that allows an overview for each user of all their courses etc.
This initial integration with Hive allows teachers to upload, browse, search and select Resources within the external repository.
Users can be part of multiple groups within a course
Supports the loading of any content package as a resource, plus special support for a repository of NLN materials
We plan to have a very simple export for any Moodle course into IMS LD format, as a proof of concept and to help the community start learning about IMS LD.
An interactive Moodle theme

Version 2.0 - Expected end of 2006

Support for importing/exporting LD, converting Moodle activities and sequences of activities into a standard format for sharing, and importing standard sequences into Moodle courses
Allowing dependencies and forced paths through the content
This new system will allow the creation of custom roles at site, course and activity level
Build on the keywords in 1.6 to provide metadata for all activities and courses, linkable to standard lists of metadata such as State-based learning outomes and curricula
Full compliance with all major accessibility standards
Providing remote control and access of Moodle services by other systems, as well as sharing of information between Moodle sites with trust relationships.
Abstract all file operations to an API that allows plugins for different external repositories
API for integrating external systems for managing student information
Leverage above improvements into a system to network Moodles together

Version 2.1

Groups can also be defined at the site level, and activities can be assigned to course groups
Interface Moodle activities and repositories to help produce portfolios for internal assessment AND external publication