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Tag: Moodle

  • The Little Moodle Moot that Could: Mountain Moot 2015

    I think I can, I think I can, I think I can, I think can – The Little Engine NOTE:  Wow I am slow getting this out.  Too many projects.  Hope it is still useful.  Here it goes… As best as I can tell, a Mootineer is one who helps run the Mountain Moodle Moot. […]

  • Knowledge Free Support Centers vs. Commercially Supported Open Source

    I have heard more than once in the past year how IT is realizing how important people are to the success of projects.   We are hearing this from peers, consultants and vendors.  What a great trend.  However,  I am also in the business of writing POs for licensing and services to many of these same […]

  • Why Did I Create Open Source Checklists

    These three topic areas were developed originally because when we started moving our LMS from a commercial product to OSS in 2004-2005 (Moodle was our/my first enterprise OSS venture) there was a lot of skepticism (to say the least). Yep, I used to get hammered for suggesting such moves.    In fact it was probably uglier […]

  • Blackboard feels heat from Moodle.. gives a 'free' version

    Blackboard has lost some market share to Moodle and Blackboard but they are firing back. Ray Henderson, president of the Blackboard Learn platform mentioned at Educause last week that Blackboard will be rolling out a free version of its latest products, which will be both hosted and supported, directly to teachers. Blackboard’s first foray into […]

  • Google Trends Analysis of Moodle

    Google Trends is a public web facility of Google Inc., about Google Search, that shows how often a particular search-term is entered relative to the total search-volume across various regions of the world, and in various languages. The horizontal axis of the main graph represents time (starting from some time in 2004), and the vertical […]