Moodle


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Moodle

(Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment) An open source, online courseware platform that runs under all major operating systems. Developed by Martin Dougiamas at Curtin University in Australia, Moodle provides all the necessary tools for educators to create a virtual classroom via the Internet. For more information, visit www.moodle.org.
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In the educational field, many universities have decided in favour of the Moodle platform.
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Illinois' original live session software (which from this point I'll refer to as "Moodle Live"), used between summer 2006 and summer 2009, did not allow the students to talk to the instructor using their voices; Moodle Live simply provided an "instant messaging"-style system where participants could post comments for all the class to see.
Moodle is an Open Source LMS, developed initially at Curtin University Australia, to automate the administration, documentation, tracking, and reporting of training events.
The tool that was more spread was Moodle, [13] as a solution at no cost to the user, free software developed and continuing technological upgrades [14].
Two concluding chapters provide an overview of several other technologies for specific tasks and lesson preparation such as Audacity, Skype, Drupal, Issuu and Moodle.