I am responding to your message below, which you left in my Moodle forum.
I have a couple of comments. First of all the set level interface was
very simple to implement. It only took a few days work on my part.
The problem level interface would take a great deal more work. I
think it would require a nontrivial rewrite of some of the Moodle
Secondly while I find Moodle to be much cleaner and more intuitive in
its student interface than commercial alternatives like WebCT, it
still has some catching up to do from the point of view of instructor
Moodle's developer, Martin Dougiamas, is currently completing his Ph.D.
degree and doesn't have any time to do further development until he
finishes in April. He promises to develop a major upgrade to Moodle
by the end of this year.
>I've finally found some time to check this out. Moodle seems to have a very
>clean interface and the interface with WeBWorK at the set level seems to be
>You seem to have a very nice way to add bulletin board and discussion facilities
>to WeBWorK ( or rather to add WeBWorK math problems to bulletin board and
>I think it might be worth looking into the further possibility of making the two
>systems interoperate on a problem level -- then some of moodle's management
>facilities for instructors would be made available as well.
>-- Mike Gage
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