Powerful and trusted LMS integrations

Moodle Certified Integrations provide advanced features and functionality to extend your online learning ecosystem.

Why choose Certified LMS Integrations?
About Certified Integrations

Why choose Certified LMS Integrations?

Every organisation is different, and no single tool can solve all our unique online teaching and learning challenges. 

While Moodle has thousands of LMS  open source plugins available, it can be hard finding the features you need most.

Through our Certified Integration Partners (CIP) program, we make it easy for you to pick and implement the tools you need to extend Moodle’s functionality.

  • Get peace of mind with tools proven to meet exacting technical standards and security requirements.
  • Save time searching for the LMS integrations that educators and trainers need most.
  • Enhance your learners’ experience with user-tested and approved integrations.
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Certified Integration Partners


BigBlueButton is a virtual classroom tool that provides real-time sharing of audio, video, slides, whiteboard, chat, and screen.
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Brickfield Education Labs

Brickfield Education Labs helps you improve the accessibility of your Moodle course content.
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IntelliBoard is a Learning Data Analytics Platform that helps you improve learning outcomes with custom analytics and reports.
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LearnerScript is an enhanced LMS reporting tool that provides educators, trainers, and managers with actionable insights.
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MathType, developed by Wiris, is the world’s foremost equation editor that enables the composition of mathematical equations as effortlessly as writing plain text.
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Myddleware enables you to synchronise your Moodle data with other applications, such as your e-commerce and CRM tools.
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Near-Life is a video and virtual reality authoring tool that allows you to create immersive learning experiences.
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Poodll is an extensive set of tools for language teachers to build dynamic courses on Moodle LMS.
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ReadSpeaker is a text-to-speech integration that allows learners to listen to text within Moodle.
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SMOWL is an online proctoring solution that adapts based on your needs, whether you are an educational institution or a business.
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TinyMCE Premium

With TinyMCE Premium, see significant changes in your content creation workflows and increases in productivity, engagement, and outputs.
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Tutoom is a digital classroom with a whiteboard, file library, and joint notes to help users teach and learn in one place.
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Zatuk is a video streaming tool that allows you to upload, edit, stream, and store video content on Moodle.
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    Moodle FAQs

    Frequently asked questions

    How much do Moodle Certified Integrations cost?

    Each add-on is priced differently based on your chosen plan and requirements. Please contact us at Moodle HQ or get in touch with your Certified Service Provider for more details.

    Are there different integration types?

    Whether you are an LMS administrator, teacher, or L&D manager, there is a Moodle integration to help you achieve more and customise your learners’ experience. Some of our LMS integrations are coded in the programming language PHP, whereas others use standards like Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI) to exchange information, without needing actual code to carry out the integration. This means that sometimes we have to review the code of the integration to make sure that it conforms to our plugin guidelines, whereas some other times there is no code to review.

    Why does the code for Certified Integrations need to conform to Moodle’s requirements?

    This ensures that you are not locked in for your connector to the external tool but that anyone can improve this connector instead, which aligns with our open-source community philosophy and is an assurance for the users. It also means that you can rely on these tools to support your digital teaching and learning experiences effectively and continuously.

    Can I choose a similar product that is not a Moodle Certified Integration?

    We recommend choosing Certified Integrations as we can guarantee that the software fits within the Moodle ecosystem and that its overall functionality is the best it can be. If you couldn’t find what you’re looking for and are searching for more add-ons, explore our extensive library of open source plugins.