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Bring Learning Online with Nigeria’s First Moodle Partner, eThink Education.

eThink Education has become the first Certified Moodle Partner to offer Moodle hosting and support in Nigeria, providing easy access to high-quality eLearning services throughout Africa. The Learning Management System (LMS) Moodle is a free open-source platform that is being used by colleges and universities, corporations, and K-12 schools and districts across the globe to bring learning online.

With over 100 million users, Moodle is the most widely used learning platform in the world. It allows professors and learning administrators to share their resources in a web-based format, enabling students to view their resources on-the-go via mobile devices and saving teachers and students valuable time. Moodle allows educators to easily incorporate online resources and innovative eLearning tools and strategies into their lesson plans to enhance classroom learning.

For corporations, this allows onboarding, compliance, and professional development resources to be stored online, offering learners the flexibility to learn where they want, when they want. Also, decision-makers and key stakeholders are given access to valuable analytics which enables them to make informed, data-driven decisions regarding their learning programs. As more and more colleges in Africa are beginning to offer online courses and organizations are now using an LMS to streamline their onboarding and professional development, the demand for high-quality support is growing. eThink’s services help institutions and organizations bring their educational content online while also saving time for teachers and administrators. eThink provides a fully-managed eLearning experience including cloud hosting, implementation, integration, support, and management services of Moodle.

“eThink is thrilled to become the first official Moodle Partner in Nigeria,” said Brian Carlson, Co-Founder and CEO of eThink Education. “Moodle has already been widely adopted throughout many regions in Africa. As adoption continues to expand, we look forward to being able to help support institutions and organizations to leverage the benefits of a low-cost eLearning platform.”

eThink has also launched a Moodle by eThink African Learning Network (ALN), which will allow students and teachers at institutions to collaborate and easily share resources directly through the Moodle platform, regardless of physical distance. This network allows institutions to share or co-teach online courses with other institutions and offers social learning opportunities for learners across the region. “eThink’s African Learning Network allows for endless collaboration opportunities. For instance, let’s say that a school doesn’t have the resources to offer a specific course or even a program. That school can connect with other participating institutions to offer courses or programs to their students that they may not have in-house, directly through Moodle,” said Carlson.

Moodle by eThink hosting includes unlimited modules, storage, and support, including custom reports, consultation, and more. eThink also specializes in back-end SIS/ERP integrations for easier course and user enrollment. To learn more about the Moodle by eThink African Learning Network, join eThink for a live webinar on August 30th. During the session, you will hear from eThink CEO Brian Carlson and participate in a Q&A session. You may register for the webinar here.
If you are interested in working with eThink as a referral partner or reseller, register for the live webinar on August 31st to learn how you can get involved. Register here.


5 comments on “Bring Learning Online with Nigeria’s First Moodle Partner, eThink Education.

  1. Derek Okoro says:

    Not bad,Not bad…Not a really bad idea into learning…I actually thought no 1 wud actually think of smfn like this in Nigeria👏👏
    -From the guy who has been begging for ur S7😰😭😭

  2. Barr. Adigwe says:

    Nice one dearie

  3. OBÁDÁRÀ says:


  4. Covenant Oyetade says:

    This, if I’m not mistaken, is more of an Online Library. Initially, I thought it was some online school or something. This would make students use Google search engine less and less. It’s really a good one.

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