June 25 2015

4 Ways Moodle is Used for Nonprofit Organizations

Written by Nimritta P.

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We all know that Moodle is a compatible LMS for education, healthcare, government, and corporate sectors, but not everyone is aware that Moodle is a great tool for nonprofit organizations as well. Here are 4 ways to use Moodle for nonprofit organizations.

  1. Moodle can be utilized by nonprofit organizations to host their website, and create online-based classrooms, which allows anywhere/anytime learning. This allows a social community to form. In Moodle, users can interact, engage in discussions, and even collaborate on work. Moodle allows course and user management, including course information, and student activities.

  2. Moodle's open source and cloud-based delivery makes it particularly useful for nonprofits. Nonprofit associations often have clientele and employees distributed across the map, so being able to access Moodle from any device that connects to the internet offers an effective training delivery method.

  3. Moodle allows standardized curriculum and training. Consistency is essential in any organization, because it means that all members are on the same page, and there are no gaps in knowledge between members.

  4. Moodle’s easy course creation functions have allowed countless non-profit organization to generate revenue through their eLearning programs. Often, community driven and focused on driving social change, eLearning programs created by non-profits benefit from being able reach a wider, global audience. 

All of these outcomes in Moodle work together to essentially bring awareness to your cause. By building a sense of community, your community in turn begins to develop your brand. Overall, Moodle gives you the tools you need to be efficient, and focused on your cause, and your people.

 

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