Moodle is an open-source learning management system (LMS) that can be used to track and deliver training. Moodle is actually an acronym that stands for Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment.
100 – Moodle Education Channel
- 101: Getting Started with Moodle
- 102: Creating Courses in Moodle
- 103: Adding an activity or resource to a course in Moodle
- 104: Working with the Question Bank
- 105: User Accounts and Permissions in Moodle
- 106: Moodle Grading and Reports
- 107: Changing the Appearance of Moodle
- 108: Managing Moodle Plugins
- Additional Moodle Features
200 – Moodle Education Channel
- 201: Moodle site security and server settings
- 202: Making Custom Moodle Reports
- 300: Advanced Tutorials
Popular Moodle Articles
Moodle – General Guides
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