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MoodleNet is the world’s first federated social network for educators focused on professional development and open content. It is a social network for educators that allows them to engage in discussions, locate and share open educational resources. It sustainably empowers communities of educators to share and learn from each other to improve the quality of education and it consists an integral part of the Moodle ecosystem.


Not registered users

MoodleNet is an open environment where everybody can preview what people are sharing and discussing publicly, without the need to sign in:

Access MoodleNet and click Browse

You will be able to discover the existing resources, collections and communities.

Registered participants

Although you do not need to sign up to access MoodleNet resources, if you want to join communities, curate collections of resources, and participate in discussions, you need to sign up from the MoodleNet > Sign up.

When a user creates a MoodleNet account, has access to My MoodleNet from where they can see their timeline that shows information like:

  • when they created or updated a community and a discussion thread;
  • when they updated a collection adding resources, either by sharing link or uploading it;
  • when they comment on a discussion thread;
  • as well as updates of followed users, specifically when users they are following joined a community, followed a collection, created a new collection, added resources, started or commented on a discussion thread, and what they liked.


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