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Moodlerooms Webinar on December 4 Will Demonstrate for Educators the Power of the Moodle Open Source Learning Management Software
Nov 28, 2007 (10:11 AM EST)


BALTIMORE, Nov. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Moodlerooms, the largest global provider of Learning Management Systems (LMS) and services based on the widely popular Moodle open source software, will offer a free Webinar on December 4 to demonstrate the transformative power, flexibility and cost advantages of Moodle.

Moodlerooms will co-sponsor the Webinar with Campus Technology magazine. The event starts at 11am PDT and is entitled "Building Better Moodle Rooms: Online Strategies and Best Practices." To register please visit, http://campustechnology.com/mvc/resources/webinars .

As an official Moodle Partner, Moodlerooms provides enterprise-level technical support services as well as hosting, customization, instruction, training and other services needed to tap Moodle's full potential -- whether for a single class, a school or a state university. Moodlerooms' Learning Management Solutions are designed to help educators create quality online courses in a way that is more affordable, effective and accessible.

In a Moodle "room," instructors create activities and give learners the time and virtual-space to collaborate and to provide thoughtful, detailed and un-compromised feedback. Moodle eliminates the idea of a "missed class." If participants miss an actual class, a Moodleroom can keep them in the loop. If an instructor needs to chat with a learner after hours, they can meet via an online chat room in Moodle, or carry on a discussion in a Moodle forum.

About Moodlerooms

Moodlerooms -- the largest provider of the free and open source Moodle course management software services in the world -- helps educators and corporate trainers create quality online courses in a way that is affordable, effective and accessible. Moodlerooms provides wrap-around technical support services as well as hosting, customization, instruction, training and other services needed to tap Moodle's full potential -- whether for a single class, a school or a 150,000-student university. Moodlerooms serves more than 360 clients, about 55% of which are schools, 30% are universities, and non-profits and corporations make up the remainder. Customers include the Baton Rouge city government; the University of Louisiana, Monroe; University of Guam; San Francisco State University; Montana State University, as well as Cisco and Intel. Moodlerooms has a large international presence, with offices in Sweden and Jordan. For more information visit www.moodlerooms.com or call 443-451-7220.

CONTACT: Robert Deigh of RDC Communication for Moodlerooms, rdeigh1@aol.com+1-703-401-6339,

Web site: http://www.moodlerooms.com/ http://campustechnology.com/mvc/resources/webinars/