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Have you ever wondered about the aquatic world below sea level? Have you ever had the chance to dive into this underwater world? Whether you're visiting new depths for the first time or planning a return trip to the reef, a...
From the Moodle Hub we found a "Managing Users in Moodle 3.0" course, developed, sensibly, in Moodle. It is part of a series of Moodle tutorials that at the same time work as demos, developed by RTR Learning in...
I'm tuned into the RSS at the site formerly known as the MOOCH (Moodle.net). The hub is a place for courses to be published as both downloadable and enrollable. Here's one of the first courses I've seen that's enrollable...
Just like the MOOCH (now known as Moodle.net), the Moodle Association of Japan HUB  is a repository of courses shared across member organizations, The Course Sharing Hub is a place for Moodle users to share their Moodle courses.  This hub...
A blank Moodle course can be a daunting thing to behold for beginners.  If you learn better by taking things apart and seeing how they work, then starting from an existing course in Moodle is definitely the way to...
If you're interested in teaching (or learning about) Computational Intelligence and artificial intelligence then a course backup just hit the MOOCH with your name on it.  The course includes several quizzes and over 2 dozen webpages full of information...
Here's a free course available via the MOOCH (hub.moodle.org), "Mobile Learning and Teaching with Moodle 2.  The course was shared by Nadav Kavalerchik and is available to download or view.  You can check out the MOOCH entry here or the...
Here's a new course available on the MOOCH by Donna Hall.  The course includes some professional development tips, tricks and guides for creating your own lessons plans to use with iPads.  The design includes some 3rd party addons (specifically...
The courses from the Course Creation Challenge held during the iMoot this past spring are now available on the Mooch to check out.  No need to have attended iMoot 2011, you can now enter the courses and even download...
Via Gavin Henrick (@ghenrick) and the iMoot site: Best in Show “I can change the world” – Alja Isakovic Runners up “Surviving the Great iMoot Climate Change” – Drew Mortensen “Global Warming and Climate Change” – Sigi Jakob-Kühn The public favourite matched our own: iMoot Peoples...