A. It’s not complicated:

You can use either (or both) to share course content with your students.

Reserves Direct might prove easier to use if you need help getting your content into a digital

format. Moodle might be a better choice if you’d like to distribute your course content

to your students using a centralized course site, or if you’d like to add more interactive

activities (such as quizzes, assignments and discussion forums). Some professors

prefer to link to content held in Reserves Direct from Moodle. The choice is yours.