Finding Moodle Resources on the Internet
Part of the Moodle For Dummies Cheat Sheet
Moodlers around the world are a great bunch of people who love to help and share their knowledge and resources. So when you become an expert or find something that has really worked for you, share it with the Moodle community. The following is a (partial) list of useful Moodle resources you can find on the Internet:
Moodle news: This is the official Moodle.org news site, informing you of all things Moodle. It’s a good place to start looking for information or to validate what you read elsewhere.
Moodle demo site: Here you can look at existing example sites in a number of different languages. You can build your own course and log in as a teacher, as an administrator, or as a student. You don’t have to worry about mistakes because every 20 minutes the server refreshes back to its original form.
Moodle monthly news: Moodle news, information, and resources, including popular posts, blogs, and many links.
Moodlers online: Moodle users have created a Ning networking site for a place to share Moodle info. (You must receive an invitation to join the Ning.)
Thomaz Lasic is an avid user of Moodle, a teacher, and is now also a member of the Moodle development team. His Human blog was a great resource and is now a website.