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We've released our latest Podcast; "An interview with Martin Dougiamas - Moodle Founder and CEO".

This special episode was created when Moodle's founder and CEO, Martin Dougiamas visited our offices recently.

Episode 2: An interview with Martin Dougiamas - Moodle Founder and CEO

Podcast episode summary:

  • Martin's vision of the future of Moodle;
  • Why Moodle's great for every sector;
  • Moodlecloud: What's that all about?;
  • Keeping Moodle fresh and relevant;
  • Open Source - What it is and it's benefits;
  • BONUS: Listener questions, we ask Martin on your behalf.

Speakers:

Ray Lawrence

Ray Lawrence

HowToMoodle
Director

Martin Dougiamas

Martin Dougiamas

Moodle
Founder and CEO

 

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