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Moodle® For Dummies® by Radana Dvorak

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Who Do I Contact If I Have Problems with the Site?

If you have a Moodle system administrator, make special note of that person's contact information and keep it handy.

If your organization doesn't have a system administrator for the Moodle site, find a knowledgeable Moodle friend. This can be a friend or a colleague in your IT department. Bring her presents, tell her she is the most wonderful person walking this earth. Ego boosting and bribery work very well. You can also try a nice introduction e-mail first, and often that's enough.

If you're on your own, don't forget that the Moodle community is very active — someone will help:

  • http://docs.moodle.org: This is a great place to find documentation about anything and everything to do with Moodle.
  • http://moodle.org/community: The Moodle community is a great place to find information in the forums and post questions. Someone is online helping 24/7. Moodlers span the globe, and they are a friendly bunch. The community has more than 1 million registered users!

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