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Moodle 2 Administration [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Alex Büchner
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  • Taschenbuch: 420 Seiten
  • Verlag: Packt Publishing; Auflage: 0002 (28. Oktober 2011)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1849516049
  • ISBN-13: 978-1849516044
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 2,2 x 18,4 x 22,9 cm
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5.0 von 5 Sternen This book delivers what it promises. 4. April 2012
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I have to implement Moodle as an LMS for staff training in a big international organisation.
To learn more quickly on how Moodle should be configured and which extensions could be added to the out of box Moodle, I needed a good resource about the services offered by out-of-box Moodle.

Therefore I installed a version of Moodle to play around with, and got an electronic version of the book "Moodle 2 Administration". (I won it in a contest run by the Author's company - thanks!)

I found the book very helpful to see what functionality is available and get some tips on how to use it correctly, as well as concise instructions on what effect different settings have.

The book came as a perfect tool to understand the features and configuration of Moodle. It also gives good expert information on possible future developments.

I will also read some other books on Moodle by the same editor, since they might be even more relevant to assist me in my task of running Moodle in a Business environment. Moodle 2.0 for Business Beginner's Guide

I would prefer a paper copy over the PDF version, especially since it is a reference book and it would be handy to browse trough the book while editing documents on screen. Perhaps a kindle version would offer the same functionality.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen The companion for Moodle 2.0 Administrators 18. November 2011
Von Pete Potter - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Having used the book Moodle Administration I was delighted to get a copy of the Moodle 2 Administration. Whether you are an old Moodle 1.9 administrator or completely new to Moodle 2 Alex Buchner ensures that you are well informed of all the new features from installation to adding plug ins and networking with other Moodle sites.

Moodle 2 was released towards the end of 2010. It is an Open Source Course Management System that has become popular all over the world through its versatility in being able to be adapted to suit Primary and Tertiary education. The original Moodle was very successful, but since Moodle 2 there has been considerable more momentum and support.

Alex Buchner is the co-founder and Technical Director of the UKs leading Moodle Partner, Synergy Learning. His first book Moodle Administration most experienced Moodle users will be familiar with as a point of call and Moodle 2 Administration will do the same for Moodle 2. Administrators of all levels will find this useful, whether you install and host yourself or it is hosted by a Moodle Parnter and you are the on site administrator, Alex has written a guide that you can turn to for inspiration and support.

The first 2 chapters of the book cover the installation and the system which helps administrators who are handling their own Moodle installation. Alex uses plain English and a succint description of the tasks at hand so even those that are new to Moodle can follow the guide. It is nicely broken with clear headings that allow you to chose which parts are relevent to your install. Even if you are not installing Moodle yourself it is useful to briefly look over the pages to familiarise yourself with Moodle 2.

Chapters 3,4,5 and 6 looks at users, roles, courses and permissions. Existing and new Moodle users will appreciate the time taken over these chapters to clearly explain the relationships and the settings that are available in Moodle 2. Different scenarios are outlined in setting up a Moodle site and also individual courses making us aware of our options. Recommendations are also made and best practice shared along with the pitfalls of certain settings. The benefits of Synergy Learning's experience with Moodle in different settings save the reader lots of time.

Chapters 7,8 and 9 moves away from courses and users and looks as how you can develop your own Moodle flavour. Most Moodle users I meet have great pride in their Moodle as there is lots of configuration that you can manipulate. Alex goes through blocks, themes, plug-ins and configration with lots of help and tips to ensure that you can develop your flavour.

In Chapters 10, 11, 12 and 13 we look at reporting, security, performance and backups. This is again a sound insite in each area that give an administrator the knowledge that they need to get started and also to be aware of features for the future. These chapters make essential reading for the Administrator to keep an efficient Moodle and reap the benefits that the user expects, but does not generallly see.

The final set of Chapters 14, 15, and 16 look more towards extending Moodle with 3rd Party Add ons, Moodle Networking and Integration. We look at how to to extend moodle in each of the cases and also how to revert back. Its useful as an Admin user to be aware of the potentials of networking and linking with Mahara although Alex warns us of the trust involved in each of the cases and clearly explains the impact of each.

All in all the book is the Admin User Guide that would be shipped with Moodle if you bought the software off the shelf. Alex has laid down his knowldege to build a user guide and shared his experience to make sound recommendations along with warnings of common mistakes that can cause issues in the system. The book is a must for new and old Administrators - a companion that you will always refer to.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent book 10. November 2011
Von ghenrick - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I was lucky enough to get a copy of the new Alex Büchner book on Moodle 2 administration from Packt Publishing. As the book says, it is "An administrator's guide to configuring, securing, customising and extending Moodle".
In some ways, it's an impossible dream to try to cover everything about Moodle 2 administration in 370 pages, however Alex provides a good overview of all aspects of Moodle 2 administration which is useful to both the newcomer to Moodle and to those experienced with Moodle already.
With all the extra features in Moodle 2, the administration side has increased a lot. There are so many more aspects to know about, repositories, portfolios, new plugin approach to name a few.

There are 16 chapters and an appendix jammed full of essential information on all aspects of Moodle administration:

Chapter 1: Moodle Installation
This is a good section for anyhow who needs to manage their own installation.
It not only covers one method of installation, but multiple specifically installation:
in a LAMP/Unix environment
in a Windows environment
in a Mac OS X environment
via the Command Line Interface
It also covers upgrading Moodle manually and via Command Line Interface and source control systems.

Chapter 2: The Moodle System
The second chapter provides a great overview of the Moodle architecture. It introduces to how to find your way around Moodle and covers in detail the file management aspects of Moodle. This is all explained in a very readable way.

Chapter 3: Courses, Users, and Roles
This chapter provides the user an overview of the nuts and bolts of basic administration about administering Moodle courses, managing users and how the very powerful roles system works.
Chapter 4: Course Management
This chapter tackles the category and course instance creation works in addition to how the enrolment systems work. The nice diagrams help simplify the complex structures that can be setup.

Chapter 5: User Management
The powerful options that are available to manage users are important to master. This chapter tackles all the key management aspects including discussing profiles, authentication options and how users can be added manually and in bulk.

Chapter 6: Managing Permissions: Roles and Capabilities
One of the most complex areas of any system is how the permissions work, and Moodle is no different. This chapter takes the complexity out of the roles and capabilities providing a easy to follow explanation of how they work and can be implemented to create some example roles (such as an inspector role).

Chapter 7: Moodle Look and Feel
Designing a good-looking site (as I covered in the Moodle 2 Themes whitepaper [...]involves more than just a theme, it involves addressing the front page layout and content as well as considering accessibility. Chapter 7 covers these areas providing a solid introduction to the concepts and issues involved.

Chapter 8: Moodle Plugins
This chapter provides a good grounding around the core module plugins, Repositories, portfolios and other specialist plugins such as the text editor and question types. Clear explanations and guidance are provided on how to configure and set up the different plugins.

Chapter 9: Moodle Configuration
This chapter takes a slight step back and introduces the organisation back into the administration of Moodle, highlighting that what is used and not used, whether it's a technical aspect of a course aspect is something that may or may not be useful depending on the organisation and the goals of the teaching / training.
Chapter 10: Moodle Reporting
There are a lot of good reports available within Moodle, and this chapter introduces how they work and outlines what is possible namely:
Who did What, When, Where. He also covers some custom options including the basic usage of Google Analytics.

Chapter 11: Moodle Security and Privacy
There are different aspects to security and privacy and this chapter brings the user through each one in a clear concise manner. The explanations of the security notifications, user security, data and content security and system security will give any level of user a good grounding in this area.

Chapter 12: Moodle Performance and Optimization
As with any web application, to get the most out of your hosting, you need to know how to optimise it. This chapter provides the introduction to this topic, including explaining how to profile and monitor the performance of your Moodle site.

Chapter 13: Backup and Restore
Moodle has a very thorough course backup which can snapshot all the data for users and the course itself, this chapter gives an indepth instruction on this feature and also explains how site-level automated backups work. Alex also explains about backing up the site, both as a full server backup or just the Moodle instance.

Chapter 14: Installing Third-party Add-ons
This chapter introduces the area of community contributed add-on plugins for Moodle 2.
Alex starts by explaining "the good bad and ugly" of Moodle plugins.
"As externally developed software is not scrutinized by Moodle's quality assurance process, you will have to make your own judgment about the trustworthiness of non-core add-ons"
He then goes on to cover some popular plugins and how to install them.

Chapter 15: Moodle Integration via Web Services
Although Moodle 1.9 had some contributed web services, they are now native in Moodle 2. This chapter provides a great run-through the key aspects of the web services including those used by the native Moodle mobile app.

Chapter 16: Moodle Networking
Moodle networking is used for a few different things now including, Moodle hubs, Mahara integration and peer-to-peer networks (Two Moodle sites connected). This chapter gives a detailed look at this area.

Appendix: Configuration Settings
The appendix provides the list of configuration settings available.
Summary
In short, this is a hugely detailed book which provides a solid grounding in Moodle 2 administration. I had the Moodle 1.9 version, and am glad to have gotta a chance to review this one.

If you haven't got it yet, what are you waiting for?
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent Book for Moodle 2 Admins 14. März 2012
Von Jason Murray - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
I enjoyed reading Alex Buchner's book, Moodle 2 Administration: An administration guide to configuring, securing, customizing, and extending Moodle, and I can see many uses for this book. If you are a starting Moodle admin, the book walks you through the installation, performance tweaks, user authentication, and content design. For an experienced Moodle administrator, the book provides a refresher and discusses the updates with Moodle 2.0. I also see this book as an excellent reference guide. The book structures the chapters in a way that allows the reader to focus on the content they wish to learn.

Several chapters really sparked my interests for my particular situation and environment. I found the performance chapter especially interesting. The suggestions make sense and the adjustments are fairly simple to complete. Buchner explains the three main OS (Linux, Mac, and Windows) configurations and tweaks, so he covers most Moodle environments. I also thought the maintenance section provided great advice and tips to keep Moodle performing well. Additionally, I am going to fine tune some of the user privileges to help teachers control their courses better. I'm making some of these modifications due to the upgrade changes in Moodle 2. Moreover, the chapter on plugins has me considering adding new options for my teachers. Finally any one going from 1.9 to 2 or 2.2, I would recommend looking at the quiz module section as well.

The Moodle 2 Administration book combines the Moodle doc knowledge database and multiple blog posts with Alex Buchner first hand experiences to offer an excellent reference guide. I have several technology director friends who are also taking on hybrid, open campus, and/or virtual initiatives powered by Moodle and I am going to recommend this book to them. Like I mentioned before it's a nice reference for both new and experienced Moodle administrators. I think everyone will learn something from reading this book. Good luck Moodling!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Moodle 2 Adminisration 13. März 2012
Von F. M. Wentworth - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I was happy to receive a copy of this book from Packt Publishing. It is full of clear and useful information. I am new to Moodle from the admin side though I have used it from the course creation and teacher side. This book looks like a great reference for setting up your own Moodle site. The previous two reviews have covered the contents of the book well. Get your self a copy and start Moodling!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great book 29. Dezember 2012
Von forpeppr - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I've used this as a reference book many times now. The instructions on the install were the best I've seen.
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