Apologies for double posting - but wasn't sure how many people would see it on the Lounge and thought this may be a better place for the post (Mary, if you want to delete it from there so its only in the one place that would be fine )
I'm sure everyone is familiar with the very popular Moodle ToolGuide that Joyce Seitzinger (@catspyjamas) originally released and then Gavin Henrick updated for Moodle2. It's been well used and well developed over the years in many institutions and has been a useful tool as an enormous poster on my office wall for several years.
I was recently asked if I could turn that poster into something similar for my own institution, but incorporating the tools from teh wider online learning environment (e.g. including things like webconferencing, lecture capture etc). As part of that discussion, I decided not to do it as a poster, but to do it as an online webpage that could grow and be adapted as our tool-set changes.
With that in mind, and as one step towards the university specific one, I have created the existing moodle tool guide as an online webpage and am releasing it back to the community (in line with the Creative Commons licence on the original - non, commercial, attributed, share alike) for anyone who wants to use it or take it further for their own institution as I will be.
Clicking on the tool name (the row title) takes you to a page with additional information, which is currently just a link to the moodle docs for that tool on this version, although the plan is to link it to our own training materials as well, particularly for tools that fall outside the main VLE.
Customising for other tools is straightforward with each tool having a single file which identifies 'success', 'warning' or 'danger' to created the colour and icon for each panel (yes its bootstrap based). Just copy and edit one of the existing tool files for your new tool, then add it to the list in the index.php
I hope it proves useful to someone