Martin Dougiamas, father of Moodle

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Great interview with Martin Dougiamas, father of Moodle, at Moodlemoot in Bamberg:

“Moodle is really a system of control. The web 2.0 is very much about complete freedom and openness and lack of privacy. And Moodle is obviously oriented to what institutions care about, which is about walls and protected spaces, and this just allows you to bring content from the wider world into these potected spaces do interesting things with them.”

“It’s for people who like islands. It’s for those people who need that. And it’s definitely not the solution for everybody.”

Interview audio at fremdsprachenundneuemedien.blogspot.com
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