“Providing a synchronous online course experience with Adobe Connect and Moodle, one of the top learning management systems, gives us the best of both worlds in terms of delivering on blended learning activities,” said Remote-Learner CLO Michelle Moore.
Remote-Learner continues its commitment to the Moodle community by donating the source code for the integration under General Public License (GPL). Remote-Learner will also provide enterprise support for the plug-in.
"We are excited about giving the Moodle community access to the advanced features of Connect. This collaboration with Adobe delivers a valuable component that enhances the eLearning experience,” said Remote-Learner COO Jason Cole.
Information about the integration, including installation instructions and a user guide will also be made available at the Adobe Connect User website and at the Remote-Learner website (http://remote-learner.net/adobeconn...).
Adobe Connect software offers an integrated, easy-to-use web conferencing and online learning tool available to a learning community anytime, anyplace. The software serves educational institutions looking to extend their reach and increase enrollment through virtual classrooms that bring faculty and students together online to teach, learn, and collaborate in real-time. For more information, visit: http://www.adobe.com/education/prod...
"The Remote-Learner plug-in provides Acrobat Connect customers with a powerful, free Learning Management System integration solution with Moodle,” said John Schuman, Solutions Architect for Adobe Education. “Now higher education institutions have a high-impact, cost-effective way to deliver online teaching, learning and training.” [March 31, 2010]
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