Type: Blog entry
Author: Matthew Allen
Published: April 23, 2010
One of the consistent themes that has emerged from my ‘roadshow’ of presenting the initial outcomes of my ALTC project on Web 2.0 applications is the need to think through the relationship of learning management systems and Web 2.0 applications, in their thousands, that are freely available. I once described LMS like Blackboard as dead but which I now realise are just moving so slowly it can be hard to tell the difference. I mean by this that there is a lack of agility and responsiveness and innovation in such systems. Now, this view is probably true of Blackboard (despite the promises of change in its latest incarnation); but is it true of Moodle?
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- Monday, May 10, 2010, 3:56 AM