What is Moodle?

Moodle can be depicted as a web application for building powerful online courses. Aimed towards giving teachers the ideal tools for articles presentation and learning assessment purposes, it is extremely popular amongst lecturers globally. Moodle is an open–source app, that is backed up by a considerable community around the globe and which presently serves about 7 million e–learning web sites and more than a million lecturers.

Moodle can be used as a primary school website as well as for a sizable college student site that has 1000s of end users. A number of companies use it as an app for conducting web based courses. Moodle has an assortment of action modules (for example – discussion forums, databases and wikis) for establishing highly collaborative e–learning communities.

Moodle is a registered trademark of Martin Dougiamas and is not affiliated with UserKaluwasha Hosting.

Online School Shared Service Services

Using the Online School shared service solution, you will get your e–learning portal installed on the internet with merely a click. You only need to pick out Moodle from the web application drop–down menu located on the sign–up form and we’ll install your electronic studying environment once we set up your hosting account. That will enable you to begin working on your e–learning project just after the sign–up process is completed.

Each individual Online School shared service package is supported by a number of service guarantees for the hassle–free functioning of your web based courses. Your shared service account is going to be arranged free of cost and is going to include a 99.9% uptime guarantee. On top of that, if you’re not happy with UserKaluwasha Hosting’s Online School shared service service, you can make use of our 30–day money–back guarantee.