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Course Contents block maintained by David Mudrak is quite popular block in the Moodle plugins database which has been downloaded more than 25k times in total. Course contents block produces a table of contents for the course - that is...
Moodle is a rich LMS. It is made richer by the wealth of third-party plugins that extend your Moodle site's functionality. When sourcing for plugins, where does one start?  The most obvious would be to go to Moodle.org's Plugins...
If you're like me you have a test site that is solely used for testing modules and addons (lest anything were to go very bad when introducing some new code).  But aside from installing and testing it how do...
Gavin Henrick has pulled together 3 (three) top 10 lists for why to move from Moodle 1.9 to 2.0.  The three presentations are available at his blog and the each already has a voice over presentation video available on...
Extending Moodle is one of the best options for providing your organization and users a robust and unique learning experience within Moodle.  There are 100s of modules available on the web, showcased on Moodle.org and available to checkout and...
If you're looking for a more robust Wiki module and don't want to wait for the upgraded wiki in Moodle 2.0, consider checking out OUWiki. OUWiki is an alternative wiki activity for Moodle which is fully supported and updated by...
Miguel Guhlin recently posted an update to the MoodleMayhem suite of resources for Moodlers.  This was a product of a quick informal survey of peers which he turned into a presentation.  All of the information and more can be...
Part 2 - Installation and Modules In this installment I will discuss the process of installing Moodle and some modules you may want to install from the start. Before installation I researched the best type of hardware and software to use....