The link above is the starting point for the official Moodle documentation at Moodle.org.
These are the main sections within our Moodle documentation for Faculty:
Modifying your profile and setting your subscriptions are among the first things you should do once you login to Moodle. Here you will also find Quick Tips and some short editing overviews.
Instructional content is static content intended to introduce concepts to the learner. This may consist of blocks on the course pages, reading assignments from the course textbook(s), uploaded documents, external links, or rich media stored on our Kaltura site. When choosing content to present to the learner, give some thought as to how long each piece of content will take to “digest,” and when content should be optional. If there is an intended order in which learners can benefit most from this content, make that clear in your page design.
The Grading link leads to information on the Gradebook. Grade columns can get into the Gradebook in two ways: Automatically, when certain activities, like Assignments or Quizzes, are added to the course; and manually by adding a graded item directly into the Gradebook. You will find many resources for setting up your gradebook, including using categories, weighting, letter grades, scales, and more.
Activities may be added to any page in Moodle. This link will take you to information about all activities in Moodle. Activities include assignments, choice activities, forums, quizzes, surveys, and more.
Communication between instructor and learners, and between learners, is a critical part of the learning process. Moodle provides several built-in forms of communication. Instructors and students may also communicate outside of Moodle.
This area provides information to help you manage your course. You can change the settings, set the course availability, backup the course, get reports about the participants, and more.