The City University of London (web:; Twitter: posted four videos of interviews with it’s own Moodle using staff members.  It’s a keen insight to the various levels of early adoption you might see on any campus moving away from another Learning Management System.  From a simple file repository that students rely on for notes and updates, to quizzes and practice exams, to a general time-saving and complementary tool for the campus: you can tell that the staff at CUL is quite happy with their move from a previous system.

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Check out all 4 short (less than 7 minutes each) videos at

One recommendation that Ian Glover gives resonates clearly with the Moodle Feasibility Study information we received, when asked to provide recommendations for other technology staff in similar migration to/implementation of Moodle at an institution,

the advice that I would give is get the training started as soon as possible and just keep training.

Check out their Moodle at

Thanks to Twitterer @Ajmalsultany for sharing this great resource:

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