Download our overview to explore the key features and benefits of Moodle. Understand how the LMS platform is a scalable, cost-effective and flexible solution that supports the training needs of any type of organisation. 


Moodle Solution Overview

 

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Key Areas Covered:

Content Management 

Creating engaging content and interactive activities, tracking and reporting on learner progress and generating targeted reports for management. 

Assessment and Achievement 

Managing formal assignments with custom marking workflows, building course quizzes and issuing branded certificates and Open Badges.

Web Conferencing

Engaging learners wherever they are, personalising task and update notifications and encouraging collaboration and team-work.  

Cohort and Group Management

Enrolling users into relevant courses, creating a custom brand for each cohort and working collaboratively in groups.  

Competency Management 

Building multiple frameworks and custom scales, assign personalised learning plans to users and mapping competencies to courses and activities. 

Reporting

Monitoring progress with completion reports, informing your eLearning design with participation reports and boosting reporting options with IntelliBoard.   

Mobile and Offline 

Accessing course content, keeping up-to-date and tracking learner progress. 

 

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