Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Now Contributing to MoodleTuts

I’m happy to announce that I will now be contributing to MoodleTuts, the Moodle blog that makes learning Moodle easy.  If you’ve worked with Moodle you know it’s not easy to find what you are looking for in short easy steps.  MoodleTuts was started by Dave Mozealous with the intention of solving this problem through short, less than 5 minute video tutorials that make learning Moodle easy.  

As a contributor I will be posting videos on Moodle topics that I come across in my day to day work.  By contributing I am hoping to help make MoodleTuts an even better resource than it already is.  I’ve already posted my first MoodleTut about using SCORM with Articulate and Moodle and I am looking forward to posting many more.

If you are not familiar with MoodleTuts go check it out.  You might just learn something new in less than 5 minutes.  And if you have any topics you would like to see covered in a MoodleTut be sure to let me know by posting a comment below.


Joseph Thibault said...

awesome, I love MoodleTuts! Can't wait for the new vids.

David said...

That's great news Joe. I'm looking forward to your screencasts.

Sanjay said...

Hi Joe, I've been silently following your blog for awhile and I noticed that you haven't posted anything up since June. I hope all is working well for you and I pray that all is well, but I do miss your insight and wisdom on your posts. Thank you so much for your hard work in trying to maintain your blog. I know that blogging on a weekly basis is though, but know that at least one eager fan awaits your post :)

Stay blessed!

Joe Deegan said...

Hi Sanjay,
All is well here. Sorry for the break in posts. I promise to be back soon. The combination of work, school, and side projects provided for the perfect storm to keep me from blogging. I actually have several posts in the works so you should see some new stuff soon. Sorry for the absence and thanks for sticking with me.

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