Quick post for a great (and getting better) Moodle course resource over at http://onlinelearning.calhounisd.org/.
The resource was originally announced at Melinda Waffle’s blog, Waffle Bytes, which is a great destination for Moodle posts (especially on Moodle Mondays). The resource includes some nifty tips and tricks and is a great template showcasing the flexibility of a standard Moodle, including some more advanced design (the image links) and configuration (section links). It’s a great site for any beginner. Check it out at http://onlinelearning.calhounisd.org/cisd/course/view.php?id=69
From the original post announcing the resource,
For the sake of clarity: the topics are organized by how particular features are (or will be) leveled at county-wide training. As you can see, the Introduction topic is for Moodle orientation and helping users to add resources to a course; a majority of the Introduction material is already loaded onto the site. We are using Basic, Expanded and Advanced to classify all remaining Moodle modules, add-ons, tricks and anything else you can think of. These will be added in as the trainings happen in the next couple months.
What better way for teachers to learn Moodle than to have them use it?