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If you're in the market for some additional Moodle training here's a new product from Packt Publishing that includes about 1.5 hours of short Moodle videos as a case study. The videos are strung together as a case study...
If you're curious about the Moodle Research Conference and all of the presentations and papers from 2012 you can check them out online now: http://research.moodle.net/mod/data/view.php?d=3. Paper's include provocative and interesting titles like: MCCC in Certification Central Administration The Virtual Course-Room as a Complement...
Here's a survey by SchoolsICT in the UK which delves into the usage of Moodle.  The survey asks questions about your Moodle usage at school and will be used to help develop and launch a new Moodle training resource...
Here's a quick (6 minute) video by National Trail Local Schools that highlights one of the reports in Moodle that allows you to drill down to see what students have accessed a specific resource in your online classroom.  A simple...
The sharing cart mod for Moodle now supports Moodle 2.4.  It's a great and easy way to copy and share activities and resources among courses on a Moodle site. From the Github page, The Sharing Cart is a block that enables...
Here's the second installment of Sue Harper's (@Moodlehound) tool guide for instructors adapted from the very popular and ever helpful Tool Guide for Teachers by Joyce Seitzinger .  The "Moodle 2 Activity Tool Guide for Instructors" tackles the Moodle...
This is a great resource for the staff at Drew University which also happens to be available and applicable to Moodlers elsewhere.  The resources link out to videos created at Drew and to Moodle Docs and other text-based, step...
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...
If you've been using Moodle 2.x then you'll know that the resources have received an overhaul, instead of text pages, web pages and directories, there are now URLs, files, folders and pages.  I think it's a step in the...
NLN is a collection of learning objectives and resources available on the web which are now maintained by the Learning and Skills Improvement Service (LSIS) and were created with funding from the UK's Skills Funding Agency.  According to the...