Publications

Gavin has published a range of articles and presentations which are mostly available online.

Moodle Add-ons

Date: May 2013
Publisher: Learning Technology Services http://www.lts.ie/
Authors: Gavin Henrick, Michael de Raadt
Location: http://www.moodleaddons.com
Moodle Add-ons book provides authoritative reviews of the best add-ons for Moodle. It includes a guide to setting up your own Moodle test site so you can try add-ons without risk. The step by step installation and setup instructions for each reviewed add-on are included along with practical examples of how to use them. The book recommends a processes to fully evaluate add-ons so you can use them with confidence in your institution.

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Moodle 2.0 for Business Beginner’s Guide

Date: May 2011
Publisher: Packt Publishing http://www.packtpub.com
Authors: Gavin Henrick, Jason Cole, Jeanne Cole
Location: http://www.moodleforbusinessbook.com
Moodle 2.0 for Business Beginner’s Guide will show you how to set up Moodle in your corporation. By introducing a system within your company that will allow for a centralized, accessible repository of knowledge, staff training will become a lot more streamlined, and the retention of skills will improve, leading to huge productivity benefits.A beginner’s guide that shows you how to share documents, create group activities, dispense online training, and much more, all by setting up Moodle in your business.

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White paper on Moodle 2 and Repositories

Date: October 2011
Publisher: http://www.somerandomthoughts.com
Authors: Gavin Henrick
Location: http://www.somerandomthoughts.com/blog/whitepaper-moodle-2-repositories/
This paper is a look into some the repositories solutions available for Moodle 2, their features and the type of integration functionality.

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A look at Moodle 2 Themes – white paper

Date: November 2011
Publisher: http://www.somerandomthoughts.com
Authors: Gavin Henrick
Location: http://www.somerandomthoughts.com/blog/moodle-2-themes-whitepaper/
This paper takes a look at the default themes that come with Moodle 2 and at a selection of themes which have been contributed to the community.If are you planning to move from Moodle 1.9 to Moodle 2 you will need to redevelop your theme. This document aims to provide some guidance on what’s out there already and some of the issues to think about.

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