Here is a link on Moodle and Joomla integration < http://forum.joomla.org/index.php/topic,50643.0.html
Also, I am always happy to spot people while they only have a few posts so that I can offer good documentation to help them get started!
If you are indeed brand new to Joomla!, I *highly* recommend you read through and study the material in the "Absolute Beginner's Guide to Joomla!" < http://forum.joomla.org/index.php/topic,47524.0.html
> before going any further.
This is a collection of *excellent* tutorials people have found jump start learning.
Often, people do not have realistic expectations of the effort required to learn Joomla!. They start building a website as soon as the product is installed and often wind up frustrated because they are unable to do even the simpliest of tasks.
Joomla! is indeed easy to use -- but only AFTER you have learned how!
When we are able to catch people right away and steer them towards the documentation *and* they invest time in learning, they are much more satisfied with their journey and far more productive. They wind up with more friends, faster cars and bigger houses, too.
If you have questions,
please continue to post them to the forum. People are very helpful. (Make sure you search, first! People are busy answering thousands of questions each day.) And, if you get stuck and find people unresponsive, please feel free to PM me. I will be glad to help or find someone who can help.
If you do decide to take this approach to learning, I ask that you kindly return to this post in two weeks to a month and update us on your experience. That kind of feedback is invaluable to us as we welcome others to the community.