IntroductionThis is not a book that tells you everything possible about Moodle. It is, rather, an attempt to createa set of notes that will help busy teachers who may not have advanced ICT skills, to start to havesome success with Moodle quite quickly. It does not explore every possible resource or activity, norall of the blocks and administration settings. In the ones that that have been included, I have shownwhat I believe to be the most important settings which will allow you to get the particular resourceor activity working. If you want it to behave differently, then you will need to explore the settingsfurther – and many good books have been written to help you with that, as well as thedocumentation available at docs.moodle.org.Once you have logged into Moodle, you will need to navigate to a course where you have editingrights – once again if you don’t know what this is, contact your Moodle administrator.The pages that follow will assume that you can get to the Moodle site, log in, and navigate to acourse where you have teacher permissions.