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*[http://www.houseoftutorials.net/ Video Tutorials on how to use Moodle] (go to the learning Moodle section and login as guest)
 
*[http://www.houseoftutorials.net/ Video Tutorials on how to use Moodle] (go to the learning Moodle section and login as guest)
 
*[http://moodle-tutorials.blogspot.com/search/label/Moodle%20Video%20Tutorials More Video tutorials on Moodle basics]
 
*[http://moodle-tutorials.blogspot.com/search/label/Moodle%20Video%20Tutorials More Video tutorials on Moodle basics]
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*[http://online-edu.cc.muroran-it.ac.jp/ Learning to Moodle] A free Moodle course that has step by step video tutorials on how to create various online content using Moodle. It is being updated regularly.
 
*[[Blogs]] - blogs in Moodle
 
*[[Blogs]] - blogs in Moodle
 
*[[Student documentation examples]]
 
*[[Student documentation examples]]

Revision as of 04:29, 2 February 2010

  • Getting started for teachers page link - New at this Moodle thing? The "Getting started" page gives a general overview of all the features of a course. There are lots of internal links that will allow you to expand your knowledge. Welcome !

You can get back to this page by using the Teacher link in the Documentation menu on the left on most MoodleDoc pages.

Reference

Guidelines

Complete install packages design course on your desktop
Installation guide - Moodle for Windows on a USB Memory Stick
Development:Windows_Installer_anywhere