Time for a Mooch

I follow the @moodlemooch Twitter account and have seem a good number of entries in the Moodle Community Hub (MOOCH) this week.

As you may know, the Moodle.org Open Community Hub (MOOCH) is a directory of courses shared by Moodle users all over the world. Courses are available for download or to enrol in (to participate in other online communities).


There are currently 117 courses currently for download, of which 50 are in English.

As you can see in the image, you can search on the site for courses

  • to download or enrol
  • target audience (educators, students, administrators)
  • Education level (Primary, secondary, Tertiary, Government, Association, Corporate, other)
  • Subject (A wide range of subjects)
  • License (creative commons, etc)
  • Language
  • Keywords

and you can order by date, name, publisher and featured or not.

Some courses

Here are some of the new entries which I spotted. However there are more up in the Community Hub, so go have a look.

Statistics – Martina Majorová, 2009

The subject Statistics will provide you with basic theoretical knowledge in the sphere of statistical methods and procedures used by performing analyses on concrete data of economic or biotechnological character.

PHP/MySQL Course – Gerry Jenkins

This class is to teach the basics of using PHP server-side scripting and MySQL database to create dynamic websites for personal or business use.

Computer Animation – Edward Pickering-Symes

On completion of this you should:1 Understand the origins and types of animation. 2 Be able to use software techniques used in animation. 3 Be able to plan, create and review an animation using digital methods.

Types of Sport – Tomaz Lasic , Mary Cooch

A course in which you will be introduced to different types of sport and get a feel for how you might enjoy participating in them.

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