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[[Course|Courses]] are the reason for a teacher to use Moodle. Use this page to expand your knowledge by following links.
 
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Revision as of 13:46, 25 September 2011

This page really needs improving. Please see the page comments for suggestions of what to include, then remove this template when you're done.

Courses are the reason for a teacher to use Moodle. Use this page to expand your knowledge by following links.


Managing a Moodle course page contains information and resources about useful things for an educator who creates and runs a course:

  • See how to keep your courses secure.
  • Advertise and/or share your Moodle courses worldwide or locally through Community hubs.


To see more details about the learning activities (the heart of Moodle!) and how to use them, please visit the Learning and evaluation tools section.

For site-wide, admin related items, you may want to check Managing a Moodle site section.