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Opening Up to Open Source: Looking at How Moodle Was Adopted in Higher Education
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Open Learning Volume 28, Number 3, ISSN 0268-0513

Abstract

The virtual learning environment (VLE) has grown to become a piece of complex infrastructure that is now deemed critical to higher educational provision. This paper looks at Moodle and its adoption in higher education. Moodle's origins, as an open source VLE, are investigated and its growth examined in the context of how higher educational institutions adopt VLEs.

Citation

Costello, E. (2013). Opening Up to Open Source: Looking at How Moodle Was Adopted in Higher Education. Open Learning, 28(3), 187-200. Retrieved February 22, 2020 from .

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