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Moodle is '''not''' primarily a content management system but it does offer a range of ways to import, export and manage digital content of any kind to enable and support learning.
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Moodle is '''not''' primarily a content management system but it does offer a range of ways to import, export and manage digital content of any kind to enable and support learning. The following links will provide more information:
  
 
* [[Working with files]] - how to upload files and folders to Moodle.
 
* [[Working with files]] - how to upload files and folders to Moodle.
* [[Repositories]] - how to import content into Moodle from external storage sites like Flickr, youtube, Google docs etc.
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* [[Repositories]] - how to import content into Moodle from external storage sites like [[Flickr repository|Flickr]], [[Youtube_videos_repository|Youtube]], [[Google_Docs_repository|Google docs]] etc.
* [[Portfolios]] - how to export content from Moodle into external portfolios like Mahara.
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* [[Portfolios]] - how to export content from Moodle into external portfolios like [[Mahara portfolio|Mahara]].
 
* [[Working with media]] - how best to upload and display images, sound, video and embedded content.
 
* [[Working with media]] - how best to upload and display images, sound, video and embedded content.
 
* [[Filters]] - how to display links,media players, Maths symbols, emoticons and more.
 
* [[Filters]] - how to display links,media players, Maths symbols, emoticons and more.
 
* [[Licences]] - how to display and choose an appropriate licence for your files.
 
* [[Licences]] - how to display and choose an appropriate licence for your files.
 
* [[Plagiarism prevention]] - how to check students's submitted work is not copied.
 
* [[Plagiarism prevention]] - how to check students's submitted work is not copied.

Revision as of 10:05, 17 October 2011

Moodle is not primarily a content management system but it does offer a range of ways to import, export and manage digital content of any kind to enable and support learning. The following links will provide more information: