Adventures in Moodleland

It shouldn't come as that big of a shock to me that I would spend this much time in Moodle.  I'm a distance ed graduate student.  In instructional technology.  Um, duh Matthew.

But wow - I sat down to check something on Moodle for a few moments in one of the courses I'm TA'ing in (ECI 512 Emerging Technologies for Teaching & Learning) - and there went two hours.

All of my classes are, in some way, shape, or form, on Moodle.  Plus all of my training/development workspaces.  Plus my DELTA workspaces.

I went to a workshop over the summer (one of the DELTA ones) and saw the presenter load her Moodle homepage to reveal pages and pages of Moodle courses.  I have to admit that at the time I was a little jealous.

Now that I actually have to *scroll* to find things on my Moodle homepage, I don't feel so cool anymore. ;)


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