I wonder if the issue is about ownership of teaching material/strategies as well as the pressures of learning new technologies?
I teach adults literacy and numeracy, and have found moodle most effective when I can make a page my own for a particular group of students. This is especially so as when I use courses over again, I adapt and improve them based on students' responses and on my new learning. I rarely like using other people's materials or ideas without at least some adaptation - whether they are IT based or not.
Also -do you think we all reach a point where we've had enough learning - it's just one thing too much. Or we're not motivated because we can't see the benefit (there's a lot of IT for IT's-sake). I can't be doing with programming the video... I'm sure I could learn, but I'm more interested in other technologies than spending time learning how to use that.
Interested in what you find out!