For everybody that helped out I just wanted to thank you. The demo actually went REALLY well. I let the funders play with my test course while I did some background "blah blah blah" about what Moodle could do. I didn't even make it through my pitch though, because apparently one of the funders is pretty tech savvy and when she saw the wiki listed in my handouts she jumped in and started asking questions and then got really excited and told the others in the group, "This is what we want."
Then when I showed them the little flash presentation we had put together for one of our courses they all got on the bandwagon and the presentation got totally sidetracked while they started planning what they were going to do.
So I guess for this funding project Moodle's a go, and others may be jumping on the bandwagon. And for everyone who listed demo sites, I cited them in my resources so they'd have some ideas of how much more infinitely cool their course could be than the basic one we have set up now. So hurray...I guess Moodle is here to stay. Now I just wish I hadn't been so sick at the Moot last week because I probably could have used the information from it.
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