|Source: PikiWiki - Israel free image collection project|
|Figure 1. Online Users Map using|
OpenStreetMap set to on.
Okay, now how does one get the latitude and longtitude (L&L) of a country? To get the L&L of your location or country in decimals, surf to a site like this one shown below:
Figure 3. This is how you find the latitude and longitude, dude!
Just enter the name of your country.
Figure 4. You need to be careful about the digits. Do not copy blindly.
You will notice that none of my maps shown have the user icons dotting them? It's because I haven't got many users on my Moodle 2.5 test site. If you have users on your site, your users should show up as icons, something like this:
|Figure 6. Have you ever been to Greenland?|
Give this block a try and I am sure that it will put a smile on your face. Plus, it might ignite a keen interest in geography in your students, including you!
Happy Moodling!Frankie Kam
Credits - The Online Users Map block