Professional eLearning: Moodle in the Workplace

featuring Carbon Black, an eThink client

About The Webinar

Corporations, hospitals, non-profits, and many other organizations are making the switch to the world's most widely used learning platform, Moodle, for their professional development, compliance, onboarding, and other training needs. Driving this trend is the fact that Moodle, as an open-source software, is both free to use as well as highly customizable to meet specific company needs.

Join us to learn how Moodle is being used in the workplace. Hear directly from Carbon Black, an eThink client, regarding how Moodle has improved training processes in their company.

You will learn:

How Moodle’s robust functionality and endless integrations can provide company-specific solutions, making them ideal platforms for all organizations.

How Moodle can be best used as a training and development tool to increase employee engagement, collaboration, and productivity.

How Carbon Black, a security company based in Massachusetts, uses Moodle to provide role-based onboarding for their employees.

Moodle can provide a trajectory for continued professional development and aid in retaining and refining top talent.





Formed in 2008, eThink is a rapidly growing Certified Moodle Partner providing implementation, integration, and management services for the open source Learning Management System Moodle in the Higher Education, K-12 and corporate sectors. Open-source Moodle is the most widely used Learning Management System in the world. When implemented and managed by experts, Moodle is an extremely dynamic platform capable of matching, and often surpassing, the functionality of the competing systems in the market. eThink’s Moodle cloud hosting services offers unrivalled performance and exceptional value. To learn more, visit

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Date: Thursday, February 16, 2017
Time: 11am PT / 2pm ET / 6pm GMT
Duration: 1 Hour

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