And while I am fit to talk about the course-related features and issues of instructional technology and design, I am probably a little weak on advocating Moodle from a server admin point of view. Can anyone highlight a few talking points for that angle?
Also, I'm looking to "wow" them with some of the planned features for Moodle 2.0 (and beyond). For an audience of information technology administrators and e-learning advocates, what Moodle 2.0 stuff would you invest your time in talking about?
Thanks in advance.
Regarding advocating Moodle from a server admin point of view, please see the Case for Moodle.
I've put together my Moodle 1.9 demo white paper and will make it available on my blog after the presentation tomorrow if anyone's interested: http://flexknowlogy.learningfield.org
One last question: anyone know where to get a high-res Moodle logo?
I did a screen print and saved it as a jpeg and it look OK.
I would be interested in knowing the results of this meeting since we live and work in the same great state. I am currently working at implementing Moodle for our department at the U of U Hospital. First phase is registration, second will be statistics and reporting, and third will be course content and conversion.
If I can provide any help please send me an email and let's discuss.
Utah System of Higher Education Moodle Demo
And if anyone has comments or criticisms of the information I put in that white paper, don't hesitate to comment. I threw it together pretty rapidly.