- Drupal seems to be a good tool to use
- There are a lot of different themes to choose from and finding one that suits your site means spending time scrolling through a bunch.
- Having a clear site plan is necessary.
- The course itself is well laid out and works well on Moodle as a delivery platform, with the exception of the forums which I find sterile and asynchronous.
- I feel like I'm skimming the surface of the topics - in order to get the work done in the week assigned. I tend to jump through the hoops without any deep reflection or investigation on why/why not things work.
- It was good to have some others doing the course IRL with me - as I said, the forums didn't really work for me. I'm used to the immediacy of Twitter I think. It probably doesn't help that the rest of the class participants were asleep when I was awake, plus a day behind us.
- Others in the class have done some amazing stuff which makes me feel meh, but I just don't have the time to commit to digging deeper.