Tag Archives: Martin-Dougiamas

MoodleMoot US 16: Playing small-ball

By Phil HillMore Posts (425) At the MoodleMoot in late June in Los Angeles, which serves as close to a users conference for the open source Moodle LMS community as any other event, there was a strong sense of continuity … Continue reading

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Launch Of Moodle Users Association: 44 members sign up, mostly as individuals

By Phil HillMore Posts (425) The Moodle Users Association¬†(MUA), a crowd-funding group for additional Moodle core development,¬†announced today that it is open for members to join. Technically the site was internally announced on its web site last Friday, but the … Continue reading

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Moodle Moves Give Hints of What a Post-Fork World Could Look Like

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1080) Phil and I have written about the growing tension between the interests of Moodle HQ and a those of a couple of the bigger Moodle Partners, most notably Blackboard. There are a number of ways … Continue reading

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Is Moodle “Bigger than Martin”?

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1080) In his recent post on why Moodle matters, Phil wrote, For a large portion of our readers who deal mostly with US higher education, it could be easy to dismiss Moodle as an LMS and … Continue reading

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Why Moodle Matters

By Phil HillMore Posts (425) For a large portion of our readers who deal mostly with US higher education, it could be easy to dismiss Moodle as an LMS and an idea past its prime. Market data from Edutechnica shows … Continue reading

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