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<p class="note">There site [http://research.moodle.net research.moodle.net] has been established as a point of contact for Moodle researchers. On that site there is a [http://research.moodle.net/mod/data/view.php?id=1 Moodle Reseach Collection] containing Moodle-related research publications.</p>
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<p class="note">The site [http://research.moodle.net research.moodle.net] has been established as a point of contact for Moodle researchers. On that site there is a [http://research.moodle.net/mod/data/view.php?id=1 Moodle Research Collection] containing Moodle-related research publications.</p>
  
 
A growing, community-contributed collection of research into LMS (Learning Management Systems) and particularly Moodle.
 
A growing, community-contributed collection of research into LMS (Learning Management Systems) and particularly Moodle.

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The site research.moodle.net has been established as a point of contact for Moodle researchers. On that site there is a Moodle Research Collection containing Moodle-related research publications.

A growing, community-contributed collection of research into LMS (Learning Management Systems) and particularly Moodle.

Moodle-specific research

Academic, governmental, organisational research (mostly) involving Moodle (design, use, implementation...). Check here for details.

Print (papers, reports, collections, theses...)

Presentations and videos

Other material (eg projects)

LMS research - general

Broader academic, governmental, organisational research on LMS/VLE useful to Moodle to learn from. Check here for details.

Print (papers, reports, collections, theses...)

Presentations and videos

Other material

Questions? Try here

See the growing list at Moodle research FAQ