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Moodle Books on Reserve

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There are two books about Moodle on three-day reserve for faculty at the Libraries Circulation Desk:

LB1028.3 .R543 2006
Moodle : E-learning Course Development : A Complete Guide to Successful Learning Using Moodle
Rice, William H.

LB1028.68 .R535 2007
Moodle Teaching Techniques : Creative Ways to Use Moodle for Constructing Online Learning Solutions
Rice, William H.

In addition, the Libraries’ subscription to the Safari e-book database includes books about Moodle http://www.lib.lsu.edu/databases/descriptions/safari.html (search on Moodle).

Sigrid Kelsey is the Director of Library Communications and Publications at the LSU Libraries.

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