There is plenty of confusion around Open Source LMSs, with some sites presenting misleading information, others showing inactive code, and lacking any real insight.
There are some things that known in this world, Moodle and Hamlet being just two. Thus the question arises, “To be or not to be”. I’ll let you and Shakespeare decide.
Many end users have inquired about Moodle, specifically its pros and cons. This is an encore article on the benefits to using Moodle and what you need to know – before you say yes.
Many people turn to Moodle without knowing some of the pitfalls and challenges that await them. The biggest challenge is having someone with the strong technical expertise to assist you with implementation and long term development.
If you purchase 50 seats for off the shelf courses and you have 500 seats in your LMS, only 50 end users can access the off the shelf courses and not all 500 end users, unless you are indifferent to tracking. One seat – one user name, one password.