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The main focus of the software is online collaboration, helping active learners to take in courseware more easily, and ensuring online course delivery is secure. In addition, Moodle has some other sophisticated features that are vital for e-learning deployments such as plagiarism detection and a mobile-friendly output.
Students are assigned a username and password and can securely enroll in courses, set up their profile and review their results; teachers can be made administrators on their courses.
Moodle can also be used to submit assignments and view pre-recorded content, such as lectures, as well as live interactive lectures on BigBlueButton and discussions.
Additionally, with add-ons like Wimba, students and teachers can record voice commentaries and download audio content. These features are designed to support oral assignments, and better engage learners who prefer blended mode of learning.
Moodle is designed to comply with SCORM, which stands for the shareable content object reference model.
SCORM is a standard used by most major e-learning tools, plus supporting software; it lets these tools exchange data with each other. Find out more about SCORM on the developer’s website.
Some tutors train in Moodle and achieve certification that proves their knowledge of the tool.
The current version of this certification is called the Moodle Course Creator Certificate (MCCC).