Complete control over in-company training at a competitive price

Moodle (acronym for Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment) is an open source Learning Management System (LMS) developed on the LAMP platform, which has become increasingly widespread – even among large organizations – as an open source alternative to expensive distance learning systems.

Used globally and supported by a large community of developers and solution providers, Moodle guarantees smooth management – in terms of stability, functionality and total cost – of even very complex and elaborate training projects.

Placing users at the heart of training

Designed to support a type of learning based on socio-constructivist pedagogy, Moodle sees learning as a collaboration-based experience: it fosters interaction between user and teaching materials, promoting a degree of organizational autonomy in structuring the learning path.

A broad community

Moodle has a user base of more than 63 million and manages nearly 7 million courses. The 300,000 people who make up the development community at international level and about 40 partner companies are your guarantee for stability and continuity of projects developed with the platform.

Personalization and Interoperability

Developed with a plugin architecture, Moodle simplifies customization to customer needs, even in the deepest functional aspects. The presentation layer provides a theme developed with particular attention to usability and accessibility, and one that can be modified at any time for image reasons. Strict adherence to web standards facilitates integration with repositories, content management software systems and identity management/authorization systems.

Ariadne´s adoption of Moodle to implement our e-Learning solutions dates from the mid 2000s, since which time we have worked on several projects with consulting firms and academic institutions in order to gain valuable experience in the entire life cycle of complex training projects.
Our services include the following:

  • customizing the solution in terms of user interface and functionality, creating new plugins or customizing existing plugins;
  • integrating Moodle with other company software in order to create the e-learning portal;
  • migration to Moodle from other proprietary solutions.