- Moodle is a learning platform designed to provide educators, administrators and learners with a single, robust, secure and integrated system to create personalized learning environments.
- Moodle is an open source software that is constantly improved by a skilled & friendly society of programmers. Moodle enables the development of e-learning systems, adapting easily to the changing needs of users.
- Majority of the tools available in Moodle were created to streamline the mundane task of management of e-learning content. Moodle delivers a powerful set of learner-centric tools and collaborative learning environments that empower both teaching and learning.
- Moodle can be used both for training conducted entirely online and to complement traditional classes.
- Moodle is available in over 120 languages.
Moodle platform excels at:
- Personalized teaching - The tools for self-teaching helps the students to study according to their capabilities and free time, to choose the form and the way of providing the material on the basis of their own predilections.
- Interoperability - To support content from different sources and multiple vendors’, hardware/software solutions, the system should be based on open industry standards for Web deployments (XML, SOAP or AQQ) and support the major learning standards (AICC, SCORM, IMS and IEEE).
- Reliability - To give acceptable results even if there is invalid inputs. The assessment gives an opportunity refusals and situations that involve refusals to be predicate.
- Flexibility - To exist an opportunity for changes in the content.
- Portability - To be independent from the users’ operating system and to be used by widespread browser such as Internet Explorer, Netscape Communicator etc.
- Functionality - To be useful.
- Accountability - The classifying, testing and the assessment have to be automated in such a way that the participants to be distributed according to their responsibilities in the process of learning.
- Security - The system should selectively limit and control access to online content and resources for its diverse user community.
- Costs indicator - Measures the costs for purchasing the system, its exploitation and support, etc.
Moodle is a great tool for nonprofit organizations as well. Here are 4 ways to use Moodle for nonprofit organizations.
- Moodle can be utilized by nonprofit organizations to host their website, and create online-based classrooms, which allows anywhere/anytime learning. This allows a social community to form. In Moodle, users can interact, engage in discussions, and even collaborate on work. Moodle allows course and user management, including course information, and student activities.
- Moodle’s open source and cloud-based delivery makes it particularly useful for nonprofits. Nonprofit associations often have clientele and employees distributed across the country, so being able to access Moodle from any device that connects to the internet offers an effective training delivery method.
- Moodle allows standardized curriculum and training. Consistency is essential in any organization, because it means that all members are on the same page, and there are no gaps in knowledge between members. E-learning programs created by non-profits benefit from being able reach a wider, global audience.
By building a sense of community, your community in turn begins to develop your brand. Overall, Moodle gives you the tools you need to be efficient, and focused on your cause, and your people.