What is Moodle?
Since 2001, Moodle is an open source platform that enables educators to develop and manage courses online.
Moodle is a modular system based on plugins, which are like lego blocks that users put together to build whatever they want.
There are plugins for different kinds of content, and plugins for collaborative activities. As an example Moodle's Workshop plugin manages a full peer assessment process, so users can get hundreds of students accurately grading each other’s assignments, and save time. Users can add some tracking and reports and the ability to add more plugins from the community, or even write one's own, as well as build whole education environments.
The Moodle project is run by Moodle HQ from Perth, Australia, but would not be what it is without a huge community of users. Its community works together and help each other on moodle.org (itself a Moodle site), where the vendor states it has taken Moodle’s founding principles of feedback and collaboration online and practise it in the Moodle forums, wiki-based Moodle Documentation, Moodle Tracker for bugs and new features, our course-sharing site Moodle.net, and Moodle Translation portal (which means Moodle is available in over 100 languages!).
- Has featureFree Trial Available?Yes
- Has featureFree or Freemium Version Available?Yes
- Has featurePremium Consulting/Integration Services Available?Yes
- Entry-level set up fee?Optional
Moodle Technical Details
|Deployment Types:||On-premise, SaaS|
|Operating Systems: ||Windows, Linux, Mac|
|Mobile Application:||Apple iOS, Android|
|Supported Languages: ||All languages|
Frequently Asked Questions
Moodle is an open source Learning Management System used by educational institutions. The product is administered by the Moodle Project which is led by Moodle HQ in Australia.
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What is Moodle's best feature?
Reviewers rate Learning content highest, with a score of 8.6.
The most common users of Moodle are from Mid-size Companies and the Higher Education industry.