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Moodle


Moodle and EFL - An introduction

Tags: CMS (Course Management System - VLE (Virtual Learning Environment)
Open Source - E-learning platform -

About Moodle
Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moodle

Reflective Sites
Articles
Moodle for English Teachers (html with link to a doc version)
by
Cheng-chao Su

Why Moodle?
Collection of articles
http://www.globalliteracy.com/WhyMoodle.html

Blog Post/ Criticism on Moodle
http://autonolearner.blogspot.com/2006/05/blogs-or-moodle-2.html

A quick tutorial
http://englishlanguage.pro.br/doc/view.php?id=5&file=teacher.html

Example Sites

http://englishlanguage.pro.br/

http://www.english4professionals.ch/moodle/

http://www.enonline.org/

http://www.lincolninstitute.com.mx/moodle/course/category.php?id=11

http://www.jhhsenglish.com/

http://ohioenglish.com/

http://turner.jhhsenglish.com/

http://moodle.gla.ac.uk/efl/moodle/

Blogs
Moodle Bug
http://fraser.typepad.com/moodle/


Moodle Blog
http://www.moodleblog.com/
(in Spanish)

Moodle Journal
http://www.moodletraining.blogspot.com/

Further Webquests (For updated links)

My swicki
http://teaching-english--search-engine-swicki.eurekster.com/MOODLE/


Tagged Moodle
My del.icio.us
http://del.icio.us/fceblog/moodle

Blinklist
http://www.blinklist.com/tag/moodle/

You might be interested in a post I wrote a long time ago.

How I Use Moodle.

Thank you for your contribution EFL GEEK. It is quite interesting. It is precisely what I was expecting from my post. A single teacher surfing the next cannot find it all!

I'll add it to the main post in my next update.

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