I compared Blackboard, Sakai, Moodle, edX and a variety of other eLMS solutions last year and implemented Moodle and have been very satisfied. I educate a small group of physicians every year and provide lectures, videos, quizes and a variety of other content and have found the system perfect.
I've decided to discuss my success with Moodle with a similar group of educators and am wondering if I could get some up to date community's opinions on the advantages of moodle over the other available systems.
For instance, for us, Tomcat and Java servlet installs for Sakai was prohibitive. I also didn't like semi-open source nature of the platform. I couldnt quite figure out how much Blackboard Learn would cost but felt our small group made this prohibitive as well. Any thoughts would be interesting to me. Thanks!