Well, Moodle was down yesterday, but it is up and running again (I'm very relieved, how can you assign your homework without Moodle these days!), I cannot remember our college's JSTOR password (Too bad, I need to find this one article about a textbook!), Centro is new to me, I just created an account (I hope I will remember the password!), CourseSmart is like Cengage Brain (one is from McGraw-Hill, the other is from Cengage:: I am sure you were dying to find that one out), and there are oodles of access codes in my life right now.
If you think I have gone crazy, maybe you are right. When I started teaching German at the University of Missouri we had one textbook and one workbook. THAT WAS IT!! No Moodle, noodle, oodle, ... Now you need all these extra access codes, sites, log-ins, student versions, instructor versions, etc. And don't dare to try comparing textbooks, oh no, that is even more complicated because each publisher has its own Moodles, noodles, oodles. Pretty soon I will have accounts with each one of them (I am just kidding), it just feels that way. As you might have guessed already, textbook forms are due by the end of the week and midterm grades are due by either Tuesday or Wednesday at midnight. Maybe I should check my academic records e-mail in my college e-mail to find out because Peter doesn't remember either. He relies on me for those deadlines. (By the way, even my college e-mail account now needs a new password every six months).
But again, I am so thankful that Moodle is working again and hope it will not let me down again :).