Useful blogs and sites compiled by @lasic

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Tomaz Lasic just released a new course for Moodlers at Moodle.org called “Teaching and Learning: for Educators by Educators”, but more on that later.  It’s quite literally full of great resources, not the least of which is a collection of bloggers, social networks and other links where you can find oodles of more information about Moodles (nice right?).

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Here’s the compiled (but still growing) list of helpful sites and blogs (many of whom we’ve highlighted here at MM):

Useful blogs and sites about Moodle in education

Moodle Monthly (edited by Joseph Thibault; a great and frequently updated source of stories and links for moodlers new and old)

Around the Corner – ‘Moodle’ tag + Moodle Mayhem (Miguel Guhlin; an awesome repository of Moodle tips from one of the Moodle Masters from Texas)

Moodle Helen (Helen Foster; best source for ‘hot off the press’ items relating to Moodle and its community)

The Moodleman Blog (Julian Ridden; once called ‘the human Moodle Google’ – see why he is one the world’s best Moodle users, speakers, trainers… and friendliest too!)

Moodlerific.org – (Melissa Benson; a passionate moodler and regular poster on things Moodle)

Moodleblog – (Mary Cooch; author of Moodle for 7 to 14 Year Olds, teacher and tireless Moodle evangelist and one of the kindest people you are likely to bump into)

Elevated Formation – ‘Moodle’ tag (Ryan Chadwick; his creative Moodle ideas, all explained, are simply brilliant. Guess who we will be asking to write a recipe or two for our community cookbook wink )

Join the dots – (Mark Drechsler; hear some brilliant ideas from one of the most prominent and active Moodle Partners)

Human – ‘Moodle’ tag (Tomaz Lasic; ahm, excuse blatant self promotion but many people find these scribbles useful. The home of 2 Minute Moodles too)

I’m grateful to have made the list.  Especially because I find writing about Moodle and furthering it’s cause really engaging and fulfilling.  I love doing it.  Check out the full list of resources that Tomaz has compiled and if you want to be added to the list (or know another resource that should be up there send it to him @lasic: http://moodle.org/mod/resource/view.php?id=7750

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