These are copies of courses that you can look at to see how they’re put together.
- Moodleshare http://moodleshare.com/
- Moodle Commons http://www.moodlecommons.org/
- JUST ADDED Moodle 2.0 Live tour (Mt. Orange School) http://www.moodlenews.com/2010/live-tour-of-the-mt-orange-school-demo-by-lasic-and-moodler-122210-8am-est/
- Another new one: http://courses.moodleshare.com/
Moodle Tool Guide for Teachers:
- A marvelous summary of the many Moodle functions, including ease of use, relation to Bloom’s Taxonomy, from Joyce Seitzinger. http://www.cats-pyjamas.net/2010/05/moodle-tool-guide-for-teachers/
Tutorials (mostly videos):
- Lots of how to's here: http://onlinelearning.calhounisd.org/cisd/course/view.php?id=69 New
- http://www.moodlenews.com/2011/8-moodle-tutorial-videos-forums-to-chats-to-assignments-to-editing/ New
- Searchable written guides/tutorials from California State University https://quickguides.calstate.edu/public
- Moodle News – regular updates and news about Moodle. Very helpful. http://www.moodlenews.com
- Many other blogs refer to Moodle as well.
Books I’ve found helpful:
- These and others available through http://moodle.org/mod/data/view.php?d=55&advanced=0&paging=&page=0 as well as Amazon.com.
- Moodle 1.9 for teaching 7 – 14 year olds by Mary Cooch (step by step so great for the beginner, teacher oriented)
- Moodle Teaching Techniques: Creative Ways to Use Moodle for Constructing Online Learning Solutions by William Rice (very thorough and helpful).
- Using Moodle by Jason Cole and Helen Foster (more slanted towards administrators, but still useful for teachers).
Documentation, community, the mother lode:
- A place to play with Moodle without messing up your own course. http://demo.moodle.net/
- I sometimes create a dummy course to make mistakes in.
If you’ve found other useful resources, blogs, please add these in comments, below.