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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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If you are looking for more information about using Moodle in teaching and learning, you may want to check out [[Managing a Moodle course]] or [[Learning and evaluation tools]] sections. If you need information about site administration, head over to [[Managing a Moodle site]] section of these docs.  
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If you are looking for more information about using Moodle in teaching and learning, you may want to check out [[Managing a Moodle course]] or [[Learning and evaluation tools]] sections. If you need information about site administration, head over to [[Managing a Moodle site]] section of these docs.
 
 
 
 
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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.

This section, Managing content, contains information and resources about:

  • Editing text by using HTML editor and a range of useful filters, which can turn your text into eg. mathematical notation, links into playable video and more.
  • Publishing content from your Moodle to external portfolios to share with the world.


If you are looking for more information about using Moodle in teaching and learning, you may want to check out Managing a Moodle course or Learning and evaluation tools sections. If you need information about site administration, head over to Managing a Moodle site section of these docs.