|Original author(s)||Martin Dougiamas|
4.0 / 19 April 2022
|Type||Course management system|
The name moodle stands for "Module Object Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment".
It was developed by Martin Dougiamas.
Development[change | change source]
Moodle has continued to evolve since 1999 (since 2001 with the current architecture). It has been translated into over 100 different languages and is accessible in many countries worldwide. Institutions can add as many Moodle servers as needed without having to pay license fees. The Open University of the UK currently uses a Moodle installation for their 200,000 users while the UK government uses a Moodle installation for their Civil Service Learning platform serving half a million employees.
References[change | change source]
- "Welcome to a new user experience – Moodle 4.0 is here!". 19 April 2022. Retrieved 2 May 2022.
- "Moodle License".
- "TFD Encyclopedia - Moodle".
- Rogers, Patricia L.; Berg, Gary A.; Boettcher, Judith V.; Howard, Caroline; Justice, Lorraine; Schenk, Karen D. (31 January 2009). The Encyclopedia of Distance Learning, Vol1. ISBN 9781605661995.
- "Language packs - MoodleDocs".
- Kehrer, Anika. "Simply the Best: Case Study for Moodle at Open... » Linux Magazine".
- "Civil Service Learning - LEO".
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