In November, 2006, UCLA decided on Moodle for the common collaboration and learning environment. Moodle is in a class of software systems called Course Management Systems, which enable instructors to easily leverage a number of tools to build a course web presence.
- The Common Collaboration and Learning Environment (CCLE) is UCLA's course management system based upon Moodle. More about this initiative and the process that UCLA underwent to arrive at Moodle can be found here.
- Site for UCLA's installation of Moodle
- Editing in Moodle
- Overview of using the editing tools in Moodle to modify a site.
- Uploading Files to Moodle -- Overview
- A "bird's eye" view of the process involved in uploading files into Moodle.
- Uploading Files to Moodle -- Details
- A detailed description of the various ways to upload files into Moodle.
- Moving Items within Moodle
- Moving items to another place in Moodle is simple; these instructions show you how.
- Main site for Moodle
- Moodle documentation is based on a wiki-style contribution system, which allows for constant update and revision.
- While we're still in an alpha stage at UCLA, our colleagues at Humboldt State have developed some fine learning materials.