18 March 2018


Mobius Software has the ability and experience to deploy complete E-learning systems using the Moodle platform

MOODLE (Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment) is free software with free open source learning. It is a complete Course Management system, which performs in the virtual environment all the defining functions of an educational institution.

Worldwide, over 80,000 sites are officially registered, with more than 12 million courses and more than 100 million students.

This active presence worldwide has been made possible by the Moodle Community and Moodle Prison Network, an environment that supports the ongoing development of the platform and a variety of free plugins that are useful in building content and learning objects resources or activities), Moodle management and management tools.

For details on the MOODLE platform: www.moodle.com.

For large storage-intensive resources and process-intensive processing processes, the e-learning platform has been integrated with third-party platforms, such as Vimeo, a web site providing video hosting services with controlled access conditions, and secured on recordings. User interfaces have been modeled on demand, with a wide range of options for displaying course elements and marketing elements, informing visitors or authenticated users. Additional tools such as managing your profile (rich in design options, privacy, integration with third-party widespread e-mail, etc.), event calendar, e-mailbox, virtual library, cameras private chat, blog, forum, reports, note book, etc. Interfaces are accessible in Romanian and English, depending on user preferences.

Case Study: Chamber of Financial Auditors in Romania

For CAFR, a system of interfaces with design based on quick access to information has been built through horizontal and vertical menus, populated with context-sensitive options. The design has taken into account the customer-specified color palette, icon / logo type elements, generous screens for displaying content during the learning process, and more. For each user or user category, it is possible to define access rights to the content of the e-learning platform. User access can be controlled from the entire site, to access to course level, course modules, learning objects (resources / activities). The robustness of the system is matched by the implementation of additional back-up mechanisms, which can be activated in case of data loss. Last but not least, Moodle’s e-learning platform can be installed, configured and integrated into widely used, proprietary (Microsoft) or open-source (Linux, MySQL etc) architectures. In any of these cases, safety in operation, the integrity of the database content and the resources built on the platform are ensured.

Other advantages offered by the solution implemented at CAFR

  • Use the platform anytime, anywhere and on any device with Internet access;
  • A learning environment for the trainee but also an easy environment for the teacher’s specific training and teaching activities;
  • Interactivity between teachers and learners can be ensured through real-time tools and asynchronous tools that provide the user with the ability to respond, submit a theme or complete a questionnaire at a convenient date and time;
  • The modeled learning process is collaborative, based on projects and individual and group tasks;
  • It is a flexible system, the course design can be made on the basis of peculiarities of the needs of the group, but also of the individuals that make up this group. This means that the group’s capabilities to use the e-learning platform can be taken into account;
  • The resources that can be built and added to a course are varied: eBooks, interactive and attractive content pages, external or internal URLs, image galleries, document files, presentation, sheets working spreadsheet, etc. Perhaps, not least, the Moodle editor, which is similar to text editors with which users are already accustomed, should be mentioned. Besides inserting formatted text, the editor allows insertion of symbols, images, media files, links, and HTML editing.
  • Monitoring and evaluation of learner activity on the e-learning platform (tests with automatic checking or not, a-hoc questionnaires, individual or group themes etc.); Granting of grades and grades, certificates and diplomas,
  • Re-use by the professors of parts of the course, modules or simple learning objects in other courses;
  • A wide range of reports has been built for the use of teachers or administrators;
  • Courses have been built for different fields / disciplines;
  • Courses have been implemented in blended learning (with a presence component) or 100% e-learning;