About the Speakers

Josh Mitchell
Director of Sales
eThink Education

Mr. Mitchell joined eThink in 2015 and brings nearly 15 years of experience in higher education to the organization. In his role as Director of Sales he is responsible for business development efforts in the higher education and corporate sectors. Mr. Mitchell holds a Master of Public Administration and a Bachelor of Arts from Syracuse University.

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About The Webinar

With a growing community of over 140 million users worldwide, Moodle is the world’s most widely used learning platform. Due to its flexibility and robust functionality, Moodle is a top choice among higher education institutions for organizing online education and providing an engaging learning experience for students.

Join us on Thursday, April 25th, at 12:30 pm Eastern to explore ways colleges and universities are using Moodle to improve educational outcomes.

During this session, you will learn:

  • Strategies for encouraging improved learning outcomes such as communication and feedback, competencies, remediation, outcome-based learning, and more
  • How you can utilize analytics, time-saving integrations (including real-time SIS integrations), and unlimited support to optimize processes within your institution
  • How Moodle's community-driven platform, combined with eThink's tailored customer support and powerful integrations, provide a refreshingly simple and flexible solution to meet specific institutional needs.

Duration: 1 hour

Date: Thursday, April 25th,  2019

Time: 12:30 pm EST

Register for the Webinar

Moodle in Higher Education for Improved Learning Outcomes

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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