Jonathan and Michelle Moore have left their respective roles in the Winfield, Kansas public school system to work full-time in technical and instructional support roles for Moodle with Remote Learner. In this interview, they discuss their experiences with Moodle and open source instructional technologies, their new support roles with Moodle-using school districts, and the reasons school districts should be moving toward using and adopting Moodle with teachers and students at all levels. Moodle is a creative tool which invites learners of all ages to invent the future.

Program Length: 39 min, 53 sec
File size: 9.2 MB

Podcast 30b July 2006(Click here to listen to this podcast)

Show notes for this podcast include:

  1. Moodle
  2. Remote Learner
  3. This podcast was created with Ubercaster (now in beta for Macintosh)

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2 Responses to Podcast76: An Interview with Mr. and Mrs. Moodle

  1. John Patten says:

    Hi Wesley…

    Did you hear about the patent Blackboard just aquired in regards to LMSs? They have a patent on online learning….

    http://investor.blackboard.com/phoenix.zhtml?c=177018&p=irol-newsArticle&ID=887622&highlight=

    They’re already enforcing it against a company that develops LMS, Desire2Learn Inc. http://www.theinquirer.net/default.aspx?article=33396

    This has got quite a few people who use Moodle a little concernced…

  2. David Richards says:

    Nice interview. We just implemented Moodle and are considering other open source options. I enjoyed hearing from Michelle and Jonathan.

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