Suggest we now go and demo examples online, assuming we have reasonable connection.
Moodle: Changing the face of corporate learning?Steve Lowenthalsteve.firstname.lastname@example.org 681-8400
Today’s session Goals: Facilitate a discussion on the changing role of the LMS Provide some background and examples of Moodle Agenda: Introduction 5 minutes Break-Out 10 minutes Moodle overview and examples 15 minutes Discussion 15 minutes
Introduction Who is your audience? Enterprise? Internal group, subset? External audiences (customers, partners, public) Who has experience with Moodle? What did you hope to get out of today’s session?
Open Source Open source software (OSS) is software where the source code and other rights normally reserved for copyright holders are provided under a licence that permits users to use, change, and improve the software, and to redistribute it in modified or unmodified forms.
Tipping Point? Moodle (18.6%) Other (16.6%) Developed In-House (14.8%) SumTotal (14.6%) Saba (12.5% Blackboard (8.9%) Oracle (7.9%) Plateau (7.5%) Learn.com (6.7%) Skill Soft (6.2%) The market share for the ten most popular products used by corporations of all sizes 2008
Medium & Small Companies E-learning Guild Research – April 2007
Features Upload range of content e-learning packages word documents pdf documents audio video web links Functionality includes full tracking calendar discussion forums chat rooms RSS feeds blogs wikis groups
Examples of Moodle Channel / Partners Nikon / Apple Resellers Functional Foster Wheeler Induction British American Tobacco Finance Marks & Spencer Manager Performance Center Cable & Wireless Test Center Corporate LMS Ministry of Justice Cable & Wireless (back-end integration with Skilpath
Discussion What new roles would a Moodle approach require? What are the barriers in your organization to a Moodle approach? What is missing from Moodle that would stop you from using it? Your questions?
Get your copy www.kineo.com/documents/Kineo_more_for_less.pdf