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Adoptive Families Association of BC
In order to offer educational programs and courses to both city-based and rural clients, the Adoptive Families Association of BC partnered with Lambda Solutions to deliver an 100% online learning environment using Moodle. This lead to improved program accessibility, the creation of new revenue streams, and the ability to reach a larger audience. to deliver a 100% online learning environment using Moodle.
Forth Valley College
Forth Valley College is one of Scotland’s largest Colleges, delivering more than 750 courses from their main campuses in Alloa, Falkirk and Stirling. The college works with VLE provider Synergy Learning, who specialises delivering Moodle and Mahara services and solutions, to help them provide all-round, flexible education and training opportunities, specifically designed to help individuals discover their potential at a time and pace suitable to their lifestyle and commitments.
GAC Corporate Academy
An ISO 29990 certified learning organisation, GAC’s Corporate Academy delivers learning and development initiatives to 10,000+ employees in 70+ countries. Moodle as a learning management system has become an indispensable tool in the achievement of their strategic corporate objectives.
Business Career College (BCC)
BCC conducts training across Canada to support students in the financial services industry, working with more than 300 companies to bring new people into the industry. Teaching more than 3,000 students annually, BCC courses lead to the Certified Financial Planning designation or the Life license Qualification Program. BCC transitioned to managed hosting and support with Lambda Solutions for a more reliable, sophisticated and cost-effective LMS.
Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO)
VSO is the world’s leading independent international development organisation that works through volunteers to fight poverty. It works in over 30 developing countries around the world, along with its partners, to deliver innovative development programmes. VSO were supported in a refresh and reappraisal of their site by Moodle Partner HowToMoodle.
Mount Sinai Hospital
Mount Sinai Hospital is one of the top teaching hospitals in North America and one of Canada’s pre-eminent patient care centers. With nearly 3,000 full time staff, Mt. Sinai required an LMS that would be able to accurately track learning paths and progress to ensure nurses were trained correctly. The Moodle learning platform was customised and implemented within a few months by Lambda Solutions to suit the hospital’s training needs and requirements.
Princess Alice Hospice
Princess Alice Hospice, a charity operating in Surrey, south west London and Middlesex was established in 1980 with a vision to help relieve pain and control patients’ symptoms with free palliative and specialist end of life care and high quality nursing. Their educational service runs in the form of study days and short courses, including a distance learning course called the “European Certificate in Essential Palliative Care”, supported by Moodle Partner HowToMoodle.
Monash University, Australia
Monash University has grown to become the largest university in Australia, with six campuses in Victoria, Australia, a campus in Sunway, Malaysia, a campus in Ruimsig, South Africa, and a centre in Prato, Italy. This campus network supports over 65,000 students and around 8000 academic staff. With the support of Netspot, a Moodle Partner, Monash academic staff have discovered new opportunities to explore a blended learning approach to teaching.
Louisiana State University, Louisiana, USA
In search of a more flexible and sustainable LMS, Louisiana State University created a committee of students, faculty and staff to evaluate and recommend a new solution. The committee recommended Moodle, managed by Moodlerooms.
SUNY Delhi, New York, USA
SUNY Delhi is a small college of technology in New York. They were able to diversify instruction by connecting to a series of flexible features and third-party plug-ins as well as access 24/7 technical support. Thanks to Moodle hosted by Moodlerooms, SUNY Delhi has seen a rise in e-Learning enrollments and has seen savings of over 66% in e-Learning costs over three years.
Flinders University, South Australia
Read NetSpot’s latest case study about the seamless Moodle integration they did for the 20,000 students and 2,000 staff of Flinders University.
As of December 2011, Mazda CCA had certified a total of 1448 employees through online courses on a personalized Moodle Platform on the AWS cloud, developed and supported by Moodle Partner Nivel Siete in Columbia. Nivel Siete’s support allowed Mazda to focus on their training needs rather than technical issues.
World Vision is a community development organisation that provides short-term and long-term assistance to 100 million people globally. For six decades, World Vision has been engaging people to work towards eliminating poverty and its causes. The Social Entrepreneurship & Economic Development (SEED) unit is based in World Vision Australia, Melbourne. SEED creates scalable economic development models and facilitates public-private partnerships that apply business principles, to help people living in poverty gain the income and assets they need to support their families.
For the successful PALS initiative, World Vision and Dynamind eLearning engaged Moodle’s online learning management system to support the frontline staff who are working on the ground directly alongside the communities implementing these economic development approaches. The PALS platform enabled 75 staff working in 15 countries and supporting approximately 35,000 smallholder farmer households to collaborate and support one another throughout the implementation of their projects. The participants worked through facilitated problem-based eWorkshops to develop their skills and share experiences in order to support one another to help poor farmers increase their household incomes.
“Through the training, I have been able to acquire and utilize the knowledge and skills acquired to help train farmers in my community about how they can work together in groups to produce and sell products.
“The LVCD notes are like a bible to me. The facilitators tried to give as many challenging scenarios as possible and this is has been helpful for me especially in times of difficult situations.” Juliet, eLVCD course participant, WV Uganda