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Moodle: An open source learning management system

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A gift to forward thinking educators. -Moodle.com.
To begin using Moodle, start adding Courses. Moodle provides three course formats: weekly, topics, and social. The weekly format is suitable for courses organized into weekly activities. The topics format is suitable for courses organized into topics instead of weeks. The social format is organized around a single discussion forum. Of course, as the administrator, you can simply define a Course name and assign a teacher, who can then set up the course in the way best suited to his class.

As a sysadmin, that's about all that you need to do. Moodle is extremely easy for students and teachers to use, thanks in large part to the excellent documentation provided, which covers all aspects of the software.
 read more | mail this link | score:6264 | -Ray, May 25, 2005
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