Using Moodle: Teaching with the Popular Open Source Course Management System
by Jason Cole, Helen Foster
Publisher: O'Reilly Media 2007
Number of pages: 288
Moodle is an open source Course Management System (CMS) that universities, community colleges, K=12 schools, businesses, and even individual instructors use to add web technology to their courses. This book is for people who want to teach a course using Moodle.
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