Here in my University in the UK I am advocating expanding our existing small installation of Moodle to make it available to all lecturers and tutors.
However, others are advocating using Drupal for this as most (but not all) of the requirements of the academics are for resource sharing.
I consider Moodle to be a one-stop-shop that would allow different cohorts secure access to different resource areas, and also make available other pedagogical tools (forums, assignments, gradebooks, announcements, etc) but there is an argument that resource sharing is better done via Drupal and that other tools can be added as separate software.
Does anyone else out there see or use Drupal as an alternative to Moodle? Or do people use both, perhaps using Moodle to give users access to Drupal content or using a Drupal site with a link to Moodle? Is Moodle worried about Drupal taking a share of the market?
I would be very grateful for any advice about this Moodle vs Drupal issue and to know if anyone else has had similar debates, so I can help the funding committe make a decision.