Learning Management System with Moodle
What is Moodle
Moodle is a complete Learning Management System (LMS) /E-Learning platform for educational institutions of any size or type. Moodle LMS is used in classroom based learning delivery, in remote instructor led training, in a virtual classroom environment or for self-paced courses delivered over the web or from a school server.
In an international school, Moodle can be used to publish lesson content and assignments for the students to use in class or at home for homework or review. Moodle can also be used for delivering quizzes, collecting on-time assignments, and use for collaboration with other students. Moodle has a reporting function which can be used to monitor student progress.
Moodle is an open source open standard product. A growing number of schools are adopting Moodle to manage their curriculum content; therefore a growing number of teachers are able to create and deliver lessons using the Moodle platform. When using Moodle, an international school can retain records of courses and the course content over the years, ensuring stability of the curriculum and curriculum resources as the faculty changes. The converse of this is the faculty can take with them and re-use their created content in their new school, as Moodle content is portable between Moodle installations. Schools with multiple branches can use Moodle as a way to stabilize content delivery across a number of different locations.
How we can help you with Moodle
Our team has many years of experience deploying Moodle in an international school setting.
We can help you with Moodle installation, configuration, integration for central authentication and with other school applications, training and managed service to ensure the up time of the Learning Management platform.
We provide managed services on our deployed Moodle system with a Service Level Agreement (SLA) that includes proactive monitoring, technical support, update and upgrade, backup and recovery.
We also provide Moodle as a remotely hosted service for schools that wish to access the software over the web, thereby saving the school the cost of hosting the service on a local school server.