Learning appears to be most effective when learners are involved in creating something for other learners to see or use. This is one of the strengths of Moodle. Table 2-1 lists a number of eLearning strategies and highlights how you can use Moodle to support them. There are many learning strategies, and by no means is this list exhaustive. Discussion about learning theories and pedagogy for online instruction is not for this book to tackle (unfortunately), and because you've picked up this book, you may have some background understanding and/or experience and expertise in this area. See the companion Web site for resources if you want more information about instructional design.