Last week I had the pleasure of giving a talk at one of the Institute of Social Studies‘ educational lunch sessions. In one and a half hours I talked about free software in general, about the things that make Moodle a great project (in this case mainly its philosophy and its license) and about how Moodle can be utilised best in tertiary education.
The slides and audio are available on SlideShare (or as a 4.8MB PDF file) and embedded below:
If you already know about free software and Moodle and are only interested in practical ways of using Moodle in your courses, start at slide 52.
Feedback is more than welcome as always!