Moodle Books I've Written
Moodle 3 E-learning Course Development
I wrote the first three editions of Moodle E-Learning Course Development. Susan Smith Nash updated the book for the fourth edition, when Moodle reached version 3.x. I could not have asked for a better author and Moodler to update the book.
See a detailed description and outline of the book on the publisher's website.
Moodle 2.0 E-learning Course Development
My first Moodle book was published in 2006, by Packt Publishing. Moodle was at version 1.6, and had just started to become popular. I was using Moodle to manage classes in a large medical school. Moodle has been a part of my professional life ever since. I updated the book several times, for versions 1.9 and 2.0.
For years, Moodle E-Learning Course Development was the standard introduction for new Moodle teachers and administrators. Now that Moodle has reached version 3.x, I'm working on a self-published guidebook.
The most gratifying reviews of this book come from fellow Moodle users and e-learning professionals. Gavin Henrick, an e-learning consultant based in Dublin, Ireland posted a review on his blog. Miguel Guhlin, Director of Instructional Technology for a large urban district in Texas, also reviewed the book. The book also received favorable reviews on Amazon.com.
Moodle Teaching Techniques
This book contains advanced teaching techniques. All of the techniques are based on proven educational principles. My goal was to bridge the gap between educational theory and practice, using Moodle as the tool.
Susan Smith Nash, the "E-Learning Queen" and a Moodle expert, reviewed the first version of this book on her blog. The book has been updated several times since then.