Introducing Moodle’s Newest Premium Integration, Bongo

October 18, 2018

Perth, Australia – Today Moodle, the open source maker of the world’s most widely-used learning platform, announces a partnership with Bongo, adding its video assessment solution as a recommended Moodle Premium Integration.

Premium Integrations are products that are chosen based on their capabilities to integrate well with the Moodle platform and that complement Moodle’s native features.

Bongo, a soft skill development platform, uses a combination of asynchronous video assignments and synchronous virtual classroom technology to help learners become better communicators. By having them demonstrate their knowledge and skills through experiential exercises, Bongo gives instructors deeper insight into what learners understand.

Speaking of the partnership Moodle’s Founder and CEO, Martin Dougiamas, said: “I’m glad we have this new partnership with Bongo. Their video assessment solution is a strong product with a lot of potential that already integrates well with Moodle via the LTI standard. We’ve discussed an even better integration using Moodle plugins in future.”

Bongo’s CEO, Jay Dokter, also commented on the partnership.”We are extremely excited to partner with Moodle and have Bongo gain status as a Moodle Premium Integration,” Dokter said. “By integrating our proprietary video technology into a global platform like Moodle, we believe this partnership has the ability to positively impact millions of learners around the world.”

More information about Bongo and Moodle’s Premium Integration program can be found on Moodle’s website

About Moodle

Founded in Perth, Australia, Moodle is the most widely-used learning platform with over 100,000 registered sites and more than 130 million users worldwide.

In pursuit of their mission of “empowering educators to improve our world”, Moodle’s open source software gives educators and learners powerful, flexible tools for online learning and collaboration.

Moodle’s mission is supported by their 90-plus global Partners, its investment partner Education For The Many and its global community of “Moodlers”.

Moodle software is used as a key part of operations for leading local Universities, such as Open University (UK), Ulm University (Germany), Monash (Australia), Columbia (USA), Shanghai International University (China), and Mumbai University (India), as well organisations such as the United Nations, World Vision International and the US Defence force.

Moodle’s recent achievements include:

  • A $6M investment partnership with French based company, Education for the Many. More information can be found on our news release.
  • Opening the Moodle Spain headquarters. In addition to supporting the Australian headquarters, the new office will also act as a gateway for further opportunities within Europe.
  • Reaching over 100,000 registered sites and 130 million registered users in May 2018 as shown on our statistics page.
  • Announcing more MoodleMoots around the world to engage and collaborate with our Moodle users around the world. Read more about our MoodleMoots.

About Bongo

Bongo (formerly YouSeeU) is a video assessment & soft skill development platform. With its proprietary video technology and powerful feedback capabilities, Bongo enables the mastery of communication, collaboration, and critical thinking. Bongo was founded in 2009 and is headquartered in Loveland, Colorado. For more information, visit