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Updated in July 1st, 2019. If you're interested in learning a new skill or want to check out how simple a Moodle course can be (when using/tapping open resources available elsewhere on the web) you should check out Open, Of...
While the MoodleNet project advances, the good old repository at moodle.net continues to host quality content that teachers, admins, and developers can freely appropriate to use as their own. Perhaps a one-click install of moodle.net content is all it...
As a learning economist, I will never not be amazed by how the Open Source markets —if you can call them that— seem to run. For reasons beyond what standard microeconomic theory can explain, people keep giving stuff away...
The massive collaboration effort in bringing awareness in wildlife and conservation, United for Wildlife, has found in Moodle an ideal platform to provide a rich user interface to inform and educate the public.   At the moment, United's Moodle includes two courses: Introducing...
8 self-paced crash courses by RTR are available at any time from the rtrlearning.com Moodle site. Split into two groups, "Navigating the Interface" and "Managing Users", they should give you a solid basis to create and administer a Moodle setup. You...
Moodle.net is the Moodle.org Open Community Hub - a directory of courses for download or to enrol in. It contains: courses you can download and use courses you can enrol in and participate other content (such as quizzes, database and glossary entries) you...
There are three new short courses from the St Vrain Valley School District posted to Moodle.net available for you to download. The modules focus on Social Learning, Flipping the Classroom (or meeting), and Creating Video. Each can be downloaded...
Hub.Moodle.org has been the official Moodle hub for published and shared courses.  It now has a new URL: Moodle.net.  This is still the same great resource but now with a simpler/shorter URL to type in.  Any previously shared courses...
Looking for math courses that you might use? There are a few sources you might look at to get your Pi Day fix (#piday | wikipedia π day). Moodleshare.org: 18 courses Hub.moodle.org: 5 courses Saylor.org: 25+ courses made of OER content, assessments are...
This course was shared via the Open College and is available to registered users (you can login with Facebook or Google really easily).  The course includes: Video lectures by Sir Richard Evans of the University of Cambridge (6) Readings (100s of pages) Quizzes The...