Tag Archives: Remote Learner

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

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1078) 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 (1078) 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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Interview With Martin Dougiamas On Changes To Moodle Community This Year

By Phil HillMore Posts (412) In my post last week on Blackboard’s Moodle strategy in Latin America, I made the following observation: At the same time, this strategy and growth comes at a time where the Moodle community at large … Continue reading

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Inside View Of Blackboard’s Moodle Strategy In Latin America

By Phil HillMore Posts (412) One year ago Blackboard’s strategy for Moodle was floundering. After the 2012 acquisition of Moodlerooms and Netspot, Blackboard had kept its promises of supporting the open source community – and in fact, Blackboard pays much more … Continue reading

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Blackboard Acquires Large Latin American Moodle Provider

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1078) In my first post-BbWorld blog post, I noted that the international market is hugely important for Blackboard and Moodle is hugely important for their international strategy. Nearly a quarter of the company’s revenue and much … Continue reading

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