Goodbye #Moodle Mayhem!

Over the last few years, I've tried to consolidate all my resources for Moodle in one place--MoodleMayhem.org (domain expired). Unfortunately, I haven't made time to keep those resources up to date and they've ended up getting a bit stale and old.

As a result, I've decided to stop paying for the MoodleMayhem.org domain name. Note that you can still get to the web site by going to http://bit.ly/moodlemayhem

Do I still think Moodle is the best tool for the job? The answer depends on what you're trying to accomplish.

These days, I'd rather encourage classroom teachers and campus/district admins to consider something like Edmodo for creating online virtual spaces where teachers and students can interact. Simply, it appears easier and many folks are adopting it as a solution that your school district doesn't have to maintain for lots of users. The feature set isn't as rich as Moodle, of course.

I still recommend Moodle as a tool for use for in-house professional learning. There simply are no competitors available at the same cost as Moodle that can provide this service and you have lots of control over content delivery.

Please remember you can still find the resources online at http://bit.ly/moodlemayhem, access the MoodleMayhem email list, and join the Facebook Group for MoodleMayhem!

Goodbye, MoodleMayhem!




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Comments

Lesli said…
Ditto on (sad). But thanks for providing these resources for us for as long as you did.

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