From start-ups to mega corps, this free downloadable tool has successfully made the move from academia to corporate America.
Companies are embracing Moodle, an open-source learning management system that can operate with almost every other training-related software system being sold.
Here’s how Moodle works: The software program is downloaded to create learning or training communities.
It can be used on any available computer — including webhosts — and can scale from one to 200,000 users.
Among the ways that companies are getting the most from Moodle:
- Developing online training materials and distributing them through a company intranet
- Creating online communities where employees can share ideas, best practices or answer questions, and
- Collecting info to use for training programs in the future.