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Web version of the Popular Moodle ToolGuide is available on the page http://roelmann.no-ip.org/moodletoolguide Moodle ToolGuide was originally released by Joyce Seitzinger (@catspyjamas) and then Gavin Henrick updated for Moodle2. It's been well used and well developed over the years in...
At Tagul.com there's a cool Moodle Docs generated interactive word cloud. The terminology making up the word cloud reflects those terms a Moodler should be well acquainted with. Click any term and you'll be transported to the appropriate Docs...
This is a great resource to share with teachers or students if ever you want to get everyone on the same page with Moodle-terminology.  From Blocks to Resources to Activities, each is discussed here and helpfully explained in plain...
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...
Here's a time saver for those of you using Youtube videos in your Moodle courses.  Did you know that a simple link like "http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Six2mhNeJcg" will embed the video automatically in Moodle if you have the Youtube Multimedia Filter enabled?  No...
In a recent announcement Helen Foster and the Moodle HQ team put forth their new organizational structure for Moodle Documentation.  Each major release from here forward (2.1, 2.2, 2.3, etc) will receive its own documentation pages in order...
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...
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...
For those of you brave enough to take the Moodle 2.0 plunge (or just want to flatten that learning curve in advance of a migration) here's the "Beginning Moodle 2.0 Administration" docs from http://docs.moodle.org/en/Beginning_Moodle_2.0_Administration. This is a great source of...