The University of Victoria in British Columbia, Canada (http://www.uvic.ca) has a great collection of resources for Moodle available through their site http://moodlehelp.uvic.ca/. While the site specifically focuses on the nuances of the UVIC Moodle, it also provides segmented/organized resources for students and teachers and highlights some great Moodle processes like customizing myMoodle (http://moodlehelp.uvic.ca/student/mymoodle.php).
The FAQ is a particularly good resource: http://moodlehelp.uvic.ca/faq/index.php
Check out the site at least to see how they’ve organized their help files and documents for Moodle . The easy navigation is a great example of how to make learning and using Moodle easy (and this is just the support docs!).
Additionally, it’s worth to check out their Moodle (http://moodle.uvic.ca/) for peek at their nice theme, their Moodle bar implementation and all the custom themes they’ve developed to help faculty differentiate their courses from one another. Pretty slick use of allowing course themes.