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When waiting in a small queue, short travel (bus). These use cases don't allow a full concentration. They are mostly going to be read-only action, that are going to be interrupted at any moment.
 
When waiting in a small queue, short travel (bus). These use cases don't allow a full concentration. They are mostly going to be read-only action, that are going to be interrupted at any moment.
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=== All user ===
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* Update a location field in the profile with current location, for display with Google map
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* Take a photo/video and post as attachment to a forum for discussion
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* Take a photo/video and post to a database activity (including location)
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* Take a photo/video and send to your private file
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=== Student specific ===
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=== Teacher specific ===
  
 
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== long==

Revision as of 05:27, 17 December 2010

Moodle 2.0

This document has for purpose to define the official Moodle mobile application functionalities for Moodle 2.0. We will look to mobile phone application only.

Overview

In this section we will group all information about the current situation of Moodle for mobile.

iOS

Application

  • MTouch created by Ali OzGur (available April 2010)
  • mPage created by Mass Media, HK (available May 24, 2010)

Discussions

Documentation

Android

Discussions

Web application

Applications

  • iPhone4Moodle (available 2010)
  • Moodle for Mobiles: MoMo
  • Moodbile
  • MLE-Moodle - MLE-Moodle is a plugin for Moodle, which adds mLearning functionality to this open-source eLearning system.

Discussions

Use cases

Here are listed the use cases that should be possible on a mobile device.

short

When waiting in a small queue, short travel (bus). These use cases don't allow a full concentration. They are mostly going to be read-only action, that are going to be interrupted at any moment.

All user

  • Update a location field in the profile with current location, for display with Google map
  • Take a photo/video and post as attachment to a forum for discussion
  • Take a photo/video and post to a database activity (including location)
  • Take a photo/video and send to your private file

Student specific

Teacher specific

long

When waiting for the doctor, long travel.

Urgent

These use cases are required actions following the reception of an alert. They can be executed in a short time and they should have the full attention of the user. Even interrupted, the user is likely going to come back to it.

See also