In September 2013, eCreators became Moodle’s 3rd ever Certified Moodle Partner. We are incredibly proud of this achievement and are honored to carry the Moodle torch across the world. Remember, when you host with a Moodle Partner, you too are contributing to the Moodle Development. Many organisations offer Moodle services and profit from the product, but they are not certified, and thus dont have the insight into the product that a Certified Moodle Partner does. Moodle Partners are the financial arm of Moodle. 10% of all eCreators revenue go straight back to the Moodle project.
When you host your Moodle LMS with eCreators, you’re choosing the latest server technology and 24/7 support. Reliable and fast hosting plus expert assistance on call. That’s why eCreators is the most trusted LMS provider in Australia.
At eCreators, we are experts in interconnectivity and, as a Moodle Certified Partner, you know you can trust us with your Moodle LMS. We work via direct integration or Moodle API, so that you can get your LMS fully integrated with your existing systems.
eCreators can create Moodle Themes and Plugins so that your LMS works and looks exactly as you need it to. Our Solutions Architects work closely with you to take your ideas and make them a reality, providing professional advice and experience along the way.
eCreatos are experts in Moodle Multi-tenancy learning management systems. Multitenancy is an enterprise feature of Moodle that allows us to create multiple LMS versions from one Moodle installation. This is great for organisations and businesses that manage customers, partners or even internal departments learning systems.
Multitenancy can reduce costs, and make it easier to manage and administer your LMS.
Learnbook is eCreators’ customised distribution of Moodle. It builds on the standard Moodle code to provide increased functionality and usability. Customisable and intuitive to use, Learnbook suits organisations (and budgets) of all sizes.
With Intelliboard, you get real-time analytics on your learners, Identify at-risk learners, track and improve learner engagement, enable learner self-management, create better assessments, track instructor engagement, and more.
Moodle Enterprise implementations for RTO's, Government, Not for Profits & Corporates by eCreators, Australia's leading Moodle certified partner. When full enterprise architecture, development and integration is required, eCreators have at hand Solutions Architects, Business Analysts and developers to ensure your Enterprise Moodle project is a success.
Moodle is an Open Source Course Management System (CMS), also known as a Learning Management System (LMS) or a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). It is hugely popular among educators around the world as a tool for creating online dynamic web sites for their students and employees. To work, it needs to be installed on a web server somewhere, either on one of your own servers or one at a Certified Moodle Partner, such as eCreators.
What features does Moodle have?
Responsive toggles are very useful. You can try to resize your browser to test it. Or you can review our toggles with a mobile device. Toggles are also Retina Ready. We use Retina Ready icons for toggles.
How does eCreators charge for Moodle?
We don’t. Moodle is free. eCreators will simply charge you for LMS hosting, support and customisations. 10% of any fees we do charge you also go back to Moodle HQ which support the ongoing development of the product. Only Moodle Partners do this.
How heavily can I customise my Moodle site?
The possibilities are endless. eCreators have some sites that are heavily customised and others that just have a cosmetic makeover. Whether you want to make your Moodle site an extension of your existing website, or have it as a completely stand alone site, eCreators can customise your Moodle LMS to enable it to process payments, run advanced reporting, setup notifications – any number of things. If we haven’t got it, we can make it. Contact us so we can showcase some of the possibilities.
Many people don’t know it, but Moodle was made in Australia. The Moodle product was the brainchild of Martin Dougiamis and the first version of the Moodle software came to life on the 20th of August, 2002. Moodle headquarters is based in Perth Australia and the software is used globally and comes available in a range of languages.
What does Moodle mean?
The acronym Moodle stands for Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment. bit of a mouthful hey? Moodle is a globally registered trademark and only Moodle Partners can use it to advertise Moodle LMS Services.
Where Can I get Moodle Services?
eCreators provides Moodle Hosting services all over the world. We provide certified Moodle services in Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Adelaide, Brisbane, Darwin and Hobart as well as providing Moodle LMS hosting in several regional areas. eCreators has additionally begun deploying Moodle services in Canada and have staff over there to assist with Moodle configuration, Moodle training and Moodle LMS hosting.
Check out this little video about Moodle.
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Moodle is a powerful open-source platform you can use to manage all your training courses and e-learning needs.
But creating engaging courses for your students or employees isn’t just about writing great content. It’s indisputable that content is a critical piece to the learning experience, but how you present the information can be just as important. After all, people’s attention spans are short, and they will disengage from your course material if it doesn’t keep them stimulated.
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