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Moodle Docs are an invaluable resource for Moodlers around the world, which is why you might want to download an offline copy for your own records (for those pesky moments when you're not online but have Moodle questions). The Docs...
Here's a great promo video/commercial boasting the integration of Google Apps to Moodle by Webanywhere (@wastretchbeyond).  The video gives an example students working through a group assignment within Moodle using Google Docs, chat, Gmail and all of the baked in...
Here's a cool feature of Moodle 2+'s file picker which lets you embed Youtube videos easily into your course.  Check it out for how to configure, how to use it and how to leverage the picker to add more...
True to the effort to redesign/organize the Moodle Docs, some of the content has been updated already for Moodle 2.0.  Check out this Doc of the Day for Getting Started with Moodle, part of the Moodle in Education pages. Link: Moodle_in_education#Starting_with_Moodle Starting...
It's not all the time when I have a few minutes to spare to go read the Moodle Docs, which is why I was bummed when I saw that it was down this morning with the following message: Luckily "this...
Moodle.org is such a wealth of information and documentation; here's some great (updated) documentation for the Assignment module which covers pretty much everything you could possibly want to know about adding assignments to your Moodle course. Adding/Editing an Assignment: http://docs.moodle.org/en/Adding/editing_an_assignment And just...
Here's a great doc that explains how you can better organize your quiz/test questions into categories and pools so that you can reuse them, organize them and more efficiently upgrade/edit them within your Moodle classroom: http://docs.moodle.org/en/Question_categories. It's a great feature...
If you're a Moodler in search of easy answers from the community, really the best possible destination is Moodle.org's very helpful forums.  There are ongoing threads and discussions covering a huge array of Moodle products, modules, development efforts, bug...
More development from the team at mTouch and Ali Ozgur: mTouch and mTouch+ (for iOS and iPad, respectively) now support and display remote courses setup through Moodle Network (Mnet, read the Moodle Docs for more information on Mnet).  Read...
As a follow-up to the "End of life Cycle" article yesterday at Moodlenews I thought it was important to point out the two new places where you can find the end of life cycle documentation which was first mentioned...