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Here's a quick video by Chris Sutton that highlights how new sections can be added to Moodle (and removed) just by using icons on your main course page. Note that in the video the icons are arrows, however many...
If you're seeking a hands on approach to learning Moodle, there's another 5 week course being run through Moodle and WizIQ that might be handy for you (or a colleague). The M4T course is five weeks, led by 5...
Integrating-Technology.com, a great resource for collaborative Moodle learning, is now offering beginner, intermediate and advanced courses with a low cost ($39) registration fee to help support the Moodle4Teachers program and the other courses offered through the website. The mainly volunteer...
There's an online Moodle course run by @ONE (a collaboration of the California Community College system) starting April 19th.  The course is very inexpensive ($50 for CA teachers, $100 for any other teachers, $200 for any other Moodlers). As far...
IT4ALL, who manage the Moodle for Teachers professional development program on integrating-technology.com will be showcasing the use of Second Life as a Moodle integration as well.  Their Moodle4Teachers program (this is the forth such offering) began March 1st, 2010. The...
The fourth offering of "Moodle for Teachers" by IT4ALL (http://integrating-technology.com) starts March 1st.  The month long session highlights the fundamentals of Moodle and a group focused exercise of building a Moodle course collaboratively. Here's a commercial for the session created...
Integrating-Technology.com is hosting another M4T course this coming March 1st.  This session will run from 3/1/10 to 3/31/10. M4T is a collaboratively taught Moodle training course for Moodle beginners.  Each week covers Moodle and online pedagogy equally and culminates with...
Integrating-Technology (http://www.integrating-technology.com/pd/), a collaborative professional development site is promoting their 3rd Moodle for Teachers program which will start January 4th, 2010.  The four-week program covers various aspects of Moodle (why use it, building courses, assessment, promoting engagement, etc.) and...