As 2015 comes to a close, find our roundup of the top blog posts for the year. We wish you all the best for 2016:
One of the first decisions you will make about the implementation of your LMS, is whether to self-host, or outsource hosting. There are a number of reasons why outsourcing your LMS hosting is a more efficient, secure, and cost-effective method - this blog post outlines the top 5 benefits.
The Face-to-Face plugin for Moodle is used to incorporate a blended learning strategy into your eLearning courses by allowing a mix of online, and in-person training. This plugin is used in a wide range of industries, from corporate, to healthcare, to education, and it is effective because of the flexibility it allows learners. This blog will walk you through how to effectively use the Face-to-Face plugin for scheduling in-person training and lectures directly in your LMS.
Moodle has 68 million users worldwide, making it the most popular learning management system among a wide range of different organizations. This number isn’t what makes it the best, however. Moodle is open source and free, it offers support from a global community, and it is configurable, highly flexible, and feature rich. This post goes into more detail on these reasons.
Despite the myth that Moodle LMS is primarily for the education sector, Moodle’s diverse functionalities make it very popular in the corporate world. This blog outlines 6 different areas in business that Moodle can successfully assist you with, including the hiring process, product and service launches, and competency training management. For the full list in more detail, check out the blog post.
Moodle is used by organizations around the globe who recognize the business applications of this open source learning management system, and who use Moodle to achieve their business outcomes. This blog post outlines 10 ways Moodle can be used by business, including onboarding, compliance training, communities of practice, and continued education.