Points to Consider Before Launching Your Moodle E-Learning Course

by IDS Logic Pvt. Ltd. Software Outsourcing Company

Learning has become a continuous approach today and so many organizations across the globe are adopting LMS to offer learning and training courses so that they can be accessed from anywhere and at any time. Today, learning is not restricted to a classroom and so students don’t have to stop their learning because of distance or some other reasons. An LMS allows the learner to continue the learning sessions at their own pace and this ultimately enables them to master the concept easily.

But before you proceed, it is very important to consider some factors, so that your Moodle LMS application can be launched successfully. The capabilities of an LMS system are great and so it is important to make sure that you are considering every aspect to generate the best results.


Do you know what would happen if your LMS application was unbranded?  Would it be really effective? Maybe to a certain extent, but not as effective as it could be if you had considered your brand in a powerful manner. For your LMS product to succeed, your user experience needs to nurture the behavioral change of the learners. Your Moodle application should be developed with brand values in mind so that it is subconsciously absorbed by the employees and this will help to gain popularity.

Know your audience well:

Always remember that you are launching a system for your learners that may include a mix of senior as well as junior learners having a wide range of skill sets. The language of your Moodle LMS course, tone of voice and look and feel are important factors that should be considered so that it is adopted properly. Getting inputs and feedbacks from your team members is also crucial to ensure that your course is tailored to meet their varying needs.

 Content is king:

Your content is the foundation of your Moodle development course and without effective content, it would be fruitless. How effective your content depends on the type of your learners. So, keep the course content engaging, keeping in mind the needs of your learners, and adopt means so that they can interact with your content longer and also retain the information better if they are enjoying what they are actually doing. Content that are of bite sized helps to make the course interactive. You can also include mixed formats like videos, surveys, quizzes or games for presentation.

Run a trial with test users:

It is highly important to test your Moodle LMS application with a group of users. This could be your internal team or a defined set of users.  Ensure that the test is conducted, including the user experience, course flow, navigation, communication, reporting and this is the time to make any changes that are in need of any enhancement.

Read More: How Moodle Analytics Can Help to Boost Student’s Engagement

Choose your host carefully:

Finally, when it comes to launching your Moodle application, it comes to hosting and you have two choices before you – in house or with a 3rd party web hosting service provider. Choose a service partner who has an established IT department, 24/7 monitoring and are actually cheaper and hassle free in the long run. Make sure that you choose someone with airtight security credentials and who can guarantee an enterprise grade security structure before you sign on the dotted line.


Moodle based LMS learning programs can help you to enjoy highly flexible and feature rich solutions. But before you launch your application, it is crucial to consider some points for best results. Following them will help you reach out to a wider learner base and generate higher profits.


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