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With Moodle LMS (Learning Management System)

Moodle is an Australian owned Learning Management System (LMS). It is the world’s most popular LMS, used globally by more than 200 million people in 100 languages. Educators use the platform to create online education for their learners and staff. 

To work, it needs to be installed on a web server (hosted) – either on a server owned by the client or one provided by a Certified Moodle Partner, such as My Learning Space.

What makes Moodle LMS well suited to small-medium organisations?

Open Source

Being truly, full-featured, open source software ensures you can own your site and your content on your own terms.

Full Integration

Strong admin features allow for integrations with platforms and services like Google Apps, Microsoft Office 365, H5P and many more.

Customisable

Moodle’s modern interface can be customised by themes and settings to reflect your organisation’s branding and learners’ needs.

All the tools in one place

Free community-created plugins extend functionality to enhance learning. Build multimedia content with support for learners, following  accessibility standards.

Mobile Ready

Strong support on mobile devices (phones, tablets and laptops) with full functionality for learners. See Branded App under our Products.

Social Learning

Support learners on their journey through discussion forums, instant messaging, group activities and collaborative experiences.

What does Moodle stand for?

Moodle is an acronym for "Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment." It is an online educational platform that provides custom learning environments for staff and students. 

Where does Moodle originate from?

Moodle is proudly Australian. Initially developed by Martin Dougiamis, the first version of the Moodle software was released in August, 2002. Moodle headquarters is based in Perth Australia though the software is available globally in more than a hundred 100 languages and more than 200 million registered users. 

What is a Certified Moodle Partner?

Moodle Partners are organisations certified by Moodle HQ to provide Moodle services on a commercial basis. Partners are required to meet and maintain a high calibre of service delivery with each product. They contribute royalties to the Moodle project, thereby helping ensure future development and innovation.