Moodle on WMU
What is Moodle?
Moodle is a fully functional, highly flexible, open source Learning Platform (also known as a Learning Management System or Virtual Learning Environment).
Moodle was created in 2001 by Martin Dougiamas based on the idea of providing teachers with tools to create interesting activities that engage students in active, team learning. Currently, Moodle is used in over 230 countries by more than 70 million users.
The Moodle headquarters is supported by a global network of certified Moodle Partners. She constantly works with developers and educators around the world to effectively support the ever-growing community of Moodle users.
To learn more about Moodle and to download free software, see Moodle.org.
Moodle on WMU
The Warsaw Management University is a school with over 25 years of experience and a group of 40. thous. graduates. WMU in Warsaw is one of the most modern universities in Poland. Since the beginning of its existence, the university emphasizes the versatile development and education of the young generation of Polish citizens and a large group of 1.5 thousand foreigners. Currently, the higher managerial school in Warsaw educates over 6,000. Students, in a stationary and partial system on 10 fields of I and II degrees, uniform master's, engineering and post-graduate. The university gives you the opportunity to study in three institutes in Warsaw and trade units in Ciechanów and Bełchatów.
Moodle e-learning platform is used in WMU from 2010. Initially, the limited extent, as aid for students of the Information Technology, is currently used by lecturers and students most directions conducted at the university. Maintenance and expansion of the platform deals with the scientific and e-learning center. Due to its great interest from the lecturers, in 2015, an additional page for learning Moodle and the training of the platform's functionalities was launched for them.