Open Source Learning Management Systems with Significant User Bases


Open Source Learning Management Systems with Significant User Bases

Popular Open Source Learning Management Systems

There is a number of widely-used open source learning management systems, all suitable for different purposes. Three such platforms are Claroline, Ilias and Moodle, though the list goes on.

Claroline, used in more than 80 countries and available in over 30 languages, is a free learning management system providing easy course creation, with an assortment of features including a private document repository, beneficial for groups. One complaint is limited customization options. Ilias is a web-based learning management system and collaboration platform, which provides a dizzying array of functions, which can be called either positive or negative. Then there’s Moodle, which is nice and easy for beginners, and able to maintain advanced tools like wikis, a glossary, assignments, and lessons without infringing on the quality of its interface. One complaint is poorly designed documentation.

Free LMS 101: Concepts, Trends, Applications

Learn how to treat your employees well, provide them with opportunities to advance themselves, encourage social behaviors, and empower and support your managers all with learning management systems. BP_Guide-1-1

In this Ebook, we cover:

  1. Keeping Teams Engaged and Happy

  2. The Latest Subjects, Added Quickly

  3. Upskilling and Reskilling Makes Employees Stick Around

  4. Make Learning a Game Whenever Possible

  5. Community Learning Increases Learning Time 30X

  6. Making Online Learning More Interesting & Personal

  7. Managers As the Keys - Using LMS to Help the Whole Team Succeed

  8. Trends and Application in LMS Differ By Age

  9. LMS Training Making Business More Resilient

Get the eBook here

online training courses Blog
Employee training

Boost Your Workforce's Skill

Fresh and relevant courses to elevate your team’s skills and competencies

Schedule Demo