Been using MOODLE for many years, and now I think I have been obsoleted by an upstart LMS called HAIKU.
Our school district (81 schools and 56,000 students) recently decided that HAIKU would be the LMS of choice for all teachers. It started last summer when it was introduced, and was declared "optional". But that didn't last...
Well, its adoption was so rapid and accepted by most teachers and admin that recently the superintendent stated that it will become mandatory for all teachers next school year.
So, I feel like a meteor has fallen to earth and I am a dinosaur.....
Has anyone else gone through this? I am totally sad , since I have put my heart and soul into MOODLE for over 5 years), and developed many great courses that will now have to be transitioned to HAIKU.
The main technical issue is that AFAIK, there isn't a 1:1 ability for HAIKU to import MOODLE content into HAIKU. Therefore, not only do I need to spend my summer learning HAIKU, but I also have to figure out how to technically import all of my MOODLE content and/or recreate it. It's all very daunting, and of course I can't explain to a non-techie superintendent how MOODLE is clearly superior.
Color me sad, since I also won't be visiting these forums much anymore and talking to the excellent people I have met here over the years.
Any advice would be very welcomed