Configuring collaboration tools
One of Moodle’s many advantages is its built-in support for collaboration among learners and instructors. This ranges from several collaborative course activities, such as Forum, Wiki, Glossary, and Database, the ability to run activities in group mode, and support for groupings. Additionally, there are three social tools in Moodle that have to be configured by the administrator: blogs, comments, and tags. We will discuss these in the following subsections.
Blogs are a means for users to express themselves either in the form of a learning journal or as a personal account of events.
As an administrator, you must ensure that Enable blogs is turned on in Site administration | General | Advanced features. Next, you should navigate to Site administration | Appearance | Blog...