A video showing how I migrate a copy of my production Moodle to my new Moodle.
Here are some resources that Rick uses for his own Moodle.
Daily Backup Script
SSH script files for upgrades (a zip file)
php Settings for GoDaddy Hosted Server
my.cnf MySQL configuration file
Example of my "Welcome Email" for student enrollment.
Some other useful websites and information about Moodle.
Packt Publishing has many books to learn about Moodle.
Online Teaching Information
Article: Asynchronous-Synchronous E-Learning
Various Place to Visit
moodle.org - the main place for users of Moodle.
https://moodle.org/course/view.php?id=5 - Moodle user forums. This is where I hang out the most.
moodlecloud.com - a free Moodle installation, with some limitations, that can be used to learn Moodle.
qa.moodle.net - A place to experiment with Moodle features. (I seldom use it because I have my own local sandbox.)
https://school.demo.moodle.net - A demo site for Moodle.
https://moodle.org/demo/ - Some other demos (Including Mount Orange School)
http://jamiep.org/login/index.php - An interesting site that has a demo of Moodle’s powerful quiz engine.
https://tracker.moodle.org - A place to post bugs and feature requests. The technical/developmental side of Moodle.
https://docs.moodle.org/34/en/Main_page - Main Moodle documentation
https://moodleassociation.org/index.php - Moodle’s Users Association (I am a $100AUD member).
moodle.com - The “commercial” side of Moodle. (I never visit this site.)