Moodle

Moodle

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Score 8.2 out of 100
Moodle

Overview

Recent Reviews

Learning with Moodle

8 out of 10
February 12, 2020
We utilize Moodle as a way to deliver professional development for staff and faculty. We are able to participate in PD with colleagues …
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You get what you pay for

5 out of 10
January 24, 2020
Moodle is what it is. It's cost-effective and it gets the job done. You are not getting a Cadilac when you get Moodle and can find a lot …
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Moodle to save the day

9 out of 10
September 13, 2019
Moodle was used with our students to provide a platform where they could track their upcoming assignments as well as complete and upload …
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Awards

TrustRadius Best of Award, Best Of Feature Set 2021
TrustRadius Award Top Rated 2020

Popular Features

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Assignments (23)

8.6
86%

Learning administration (21)

8.3
83%

Progress tracking & certifications (22)

7.4
74%

Course catalog or library (20)

7.3
73%

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Pricing

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Starter

$110

On Premise
per year

Mini

$200

On Premise
per year

Small

$370

On Premise
per year

Entry-level set up fee?

  • Setup fee optional
For the latest information on pricing, visithttps://moodle.com/pricing

Offerings

  • Free Trial
  • Free/Freemium Version
  • Premium Consulting / Integration Services

Starting price (does not include set up fee)

  • $10 per month

Features Scorecard

Learning Management

7.7
77%

Product Details

What is Moodle?

Moodle is an online learning solution. The engine of the Moodle ecosystem is Moodle LMS, the secure and customisable open-source platform boasting over 250 million learners worldwide as users. Developed in conjunction with its community, Moodle LMS is complemented by an ecosystem of products including Moodle Workplace and a network of partners and services providing hosting, customisations and support.

Moodle LMS is the open source learning management system with security and privacy features used by hundreds of millions of learners worldwide. Designed in collaboration with Moodle’s global community, Moodle LMS is designed to enable educators in any sector to create flexible, safe, accessible and highly engaging online spaces for their learners.

Moodle Features

Learning Management Features

  • Supported: Course authoring
  • Supported: Course catalog or library
  • Supported: Player/Portal
  • Supported: Learning content
  • Supported: Mobile friendly
  • Supported: Progress tracking & certifications
  • Supported: Assignments
  • Supported: Compliance management
  • Supported: Learning administration
  • Supported: Learning reporting & analytics
  • Supported: eLearning
  • Supported: Assessments
  • Supported: Live online learning
  • Supported: In-person learning
  • Supported: Micro-learning
  • Supported: Video learning
  • Supported: eCommerce
  • Supported: AICC-compliant
  • Supported: SCORM-compliant
  • Supported: Tin Can (xAPI) compliant
  • Supported: Social learning

Moodle Screenshots

Teacher ViewStudent DashboardInside a courseCompetenciesAdd a Quiz

Moodle Videos

What is Moodle LMS?
What's new in Moodle 3.11?

Moodle Integrations

Moodle Competitors

Moodle Technical Details

Deployment TypesOn-premise, SaaS
Operating SystemsWindows, Linux, Mac
Mobile ApplicationApple iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Blackberry, Mobile Web
Supported Countriesworldwide
Supported LanguagesAll languages

Comparisons

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Moodle?

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.

How much does Moodle cost?

Moodle starts at $10.

What is Moodle's best feature?

Reviewers rate Learning content highest, with a score of 9.4.

Who uses Moodle?

The most common users of Moodle are from Mid-sized Companies (51-1,000 employees) and the Higher Education industry.

Reviews

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Robin Sargent | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Review Source
Moodle can be used on a tablet, on a mobile phone, and on a PC. It is easy to navigate for learners and figure out for administrators. The learners can easily complete tasks and the administrators can easily track completion. The last thing about Moodle that one may not realize is that it somewhat resembles Facebook in its layout. This means that users are already familiar with the interface and therefore they are more comfortable using it.
Mitchell Baker | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Review Source
I define usability as being able to work with a product and get it to do what you need. The manual comes into play when wanting advanced tools or techniques. Moodle has a cool feature of an "i" in a box for more information. However, I have found that sometimes the in product documentation is not clear and even in the manual the description can be just as cryptic.
February 25, 2015

Moodle Magic!

Rebecka Anderson | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Review Source
I've been able to figure out Moodle through my own experimentation and some help from the Moodle support pages. It's not always obvious where to make certain some changes and It can be a little confusing in determining which pages blocks will appear. If this is your first time using Moodle as an admin/course designer you should expect to spend a some time experimenting because knowing where to make certain changes isn't always intuitive. Additionally, plan to explore the course as a student vs. as admin because the UI is different based upon your settings.
Elizabeth Dalton | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Review Source
Simple uses of Moodle, e.g. to post documents to support a face to face course and perhaps provide a discussion forum for intermittent use, are very easy. Using Moodle as a platform for entirely online courses at a college level requires considerable configuration and selection of customized add-ons to provide missing functionality. Once the system is set up, instruction to faculty and students may be required as every system has specific features and interface elements that are likely to be unusual or even unique. The open-source nature of Moodle does not encourage consistency of the interface. Disagreements in the open source community sometimes hinder improvements to core features, e.g. long-awaited enhancements to the Forum tools.