Founded in Perth, Australia, Moodle produces an open source learning platform with over 100,000 registered sites including more than 130 million users worldwide. In pursuit of their mission of “empowering educators to improve our world”, Moodle’s software gives educators and learners powerful, flexible software tools for online learning and collaboration.

Moodle software is used as a key part of operations for: schools and Universities such as the UK Open University, University of Barcelona, Monash University, Columbia University, Shanghai International University and Mumbai University; corporate users such Mazda, Allianz, Vodafone and Coca-Cola, as well as other organisations such as the United Nations, World Vision International and the US Defence force.

Moodle’s open source project and development is supported by its global community of users and network of certified Moodle Partners, who offer a range of tailored Moodle services and support.
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Moodle: the open source LMS.

Our LMS is free, open source and highly customisable, and therefore adaptable to all kinds of learners, schools, institutions and organisations. Our global community of supporters helps Moodle improve with plugins, translations and development updates, making Moodle a big global collaborative open source project.


MoodleNet is a federated social network that sustainably empowers communities of educators to share and learn from each other to improve the quality of education. Focussed on professional development and OER, MoodleNet will be an integral part of the Moodle ecosystem.

OpenEdTech Conference

The OpenEdTech Conference (November 2019) will bring together makers and users of truly open Edtech software. It will be a space to learn and share about open education tools and resources with the aim to advance open education internationally.