About the Hosts

Courtney Bentley
Vice President of Services

eThink Education

Ms. Bentley joined eThink in 2015 after nearly 15 years of experience in higher education. In her role as VP of Services she works closely with the Customer Solutions, Implementation, & Support Services teams to oversee the eThink client lifecycle. During her time as Director of IT at Lafayette College she led the campus through a successful LMS transition to Moodle in 2007 and has been active in the Moodle community, even accepting the inaugural CLAMP recognition award for her outstanding contributions to the development and documentation work of the organization.

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About The Webinar

eThink is a Certified Moodle Partner and a Platinum Totara Partner, offering both of the leading open source solutions to help meet corporate user needs. But what makes these Learning Management Systems so popular, and how do you determine which platform might be the better fit?

Join us on Tuesday, April 23rd, at 2:00pm Eastern for a live demonstration of  Moodle and Totara Learning Management Systems. Learn how these solutions are being used in the workplace and the key differentiators that set these learning platforms apart.

 During the webinar, we'll explore:

  • The key functionality differences between Totara and Moodle.
  • How both platforms are being used to meet professional development, compliance, onboarding & other training needs.
  • How eThink's total solution provides a robust learning platform combined with powerful integrations and industry-leading service.

Date: April 23, 2019

Time: 2:00pm Eastern Time

Duration: 1 hour

Register for the Webinar

Moodle and Totara Live: Exploring the Leading Open Source Solutions 

Randy Jones
Vice President of Sales
eThink Education

As VP of Sales Mr. Jones is responsible for overseeing strategy and execution for both direct sales and eThink’s channel network. Mr. Jones joined the eThink team in 2014 and he brings over 12 years of education technology experience including 4 years with the New York Times and 4 additional years providing Virtual Course Material platforms. Mr. Jones holds a MBA from University of Baltimore and a BS in eBusiness & Marketing from Towson University.

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