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Goomoodleikiog is a presentation (originally a Youtube) that shows the power of mashing-up Moodle, Google Apps, Wikis and Blogs in the classroom.  The creators, Leigh Murrell and Heidi Beezley, have created a companion site and just presented at ISTE in Denver...
Mark Drechsler, @markdrechsler has a few great presentations concerned with Moodle on Slideshare.net.  Here's a good one that covers the comparison and integration several web2.0 tools into a Moodle classroom (http://www.slideshare.net/mark.drechsler/web-20-tools-and-techniques). Web 2.0 tools and techniqueshttp://static.slidesharecdn.com/swf/ssplayer2.swf?doc=posiumpresentationweb2-090907235408-phpapp01&stripped_title=web-20-tools-and-techniques View more presentations from Mark...
Miguel Guhlin (@mguhlin), a Texas based technology director recently started an online site and listserv for Moodlers titled "Moodle Mayhem".  Though targeted to TX-based Moodlers, the site and list welcomes Moodle-aficionados from around the world. Miguel already maintains several really great...
Joe Deegan has created a page that discusses the drawbacks and benefits of using Moodle at http://blenderwiki.wikispaces.com/Moodle+Pros+and+Cons.  The site has a few entries already that highlight what you should know if you're discussing or exploring using Moodle as your...
Here's a video from March 09 that discusses the wiki in Moodle. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Uva-PwgF_4&w=560&h=315]