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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.
 
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:
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* [[Working with files and folders]]
 
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* [[Repositories]]
:* [[Working with files and folders]]. This includes an explanation of the new [[File handling|file handling]], [[Private files]], [[File picker]], [[Legacy course files]] and, for those of you migrating from 1.x versions of Moodle, the main [[Differences between Moodle 1.x and 2.x|differences between Moodle 1.x and 2.x]] in working with files.
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* [[Working with media]]
 
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* [[Filters]]
:* [[Working with media]] either as [[Video|video]], [[Audio|audio]], [[Images|images]] or [[Embedding content|embedding]].
 
 
 
:* [[Editing text]] by using [[HTML editor]] and a range of useful [[Filters|filters]], which can turn your text into eg. mathematical notation, links into playable video and more.
 
 
 
:* Connecting your Moodle with external [[Repositories|repositories]] designed to bring in content, web-based or installed near you, directly into your Moodle: [[Flickr_repository_configuration|Flickr]], [[Google Docs]], [[Mahara]], [[Dropbox]], [[Box.net_repository_configuration|Box.net]] and more!
 
 
 
:* Publishing content from your Moodle to external [[Portfolio|portfolios]] to share with the world.
 
 
 
:* Managing [[Copyright and plagiarism|copyright licences]] and detecting or preventing [[Plagiarism prevention|plagiarism]].
 
 
 
 
 
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.
 

Revision as of 14:06, 4 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.