I can't comment on what wiziq do or offer that you like. I can however suggest that you look carefully at what they offer - the site is full of copied material, some copied from other websites, some blatantly copied from books (for example look at http://www.wiziq.com/tutorial/114892-Elem-Unit-1-WB) which is a photocopy of a Headway English book, purporting to be an 'educational tutorial'. Looks like just another scammer website to me.
What is it, 'like wiziq', you want to do with moodle?
Guys, I am from WiZiQ.
WiZiQ is a user-generated content site, where members upload tutorials like the one you referred to. The content section works very similar to video sharing sites like YouTube, or document sharing sites like Scribd. As you can see, this one has been uploaded by a highly recommended teacher with valid credentials. You can easily attend his synchronous classes and interact with him. So I am sure you would agree that WiZiQ has a transparent system.
If you believe that any content on WiZiQ infringes your copyrights, you can simply report to us, using the "Flag" button on top of the content player, with proof, on firstname.lastname@example.org, and the needful shall be done.
Thanks for your interest in WiZiQ. Our engine is not open-source, and although WiZiQ is very different from Moodle, we might well meet your requirements.
As an individual teacher, you can explore the "Plans for Individuals" tab on our Premium Services page. If you run an organization, the "Plans for Organizations" tab has detailed information. You are very welcome to contact us here or call us on +919216494947 for any queries about our Premium services. We are based in Mohali, India.
Alternatively, if you want to use our Virtual Classroom with Moodle, you can download the module here. After a month's trial, you can choose from a plan that suits your requirements.
Jagdeep Singh Pannu
Thx Mr. Jagdip for your response.
I am still evaluating various product to narrow my requirement.
I am inclined to opensource at this point which can deliver predominantly syncronous online classes thru remote.
Sure, i will reach out to you.
I've used this site (wiziq) once and found it good as one can find great value content here.
My agency uses Moodle for on-line, asynchronous training and registration for classroom training. For synchronous on-line, web meetings, etc we use WiZiQ. Previously we used DimDim (DON'T recommend, not even available any longer).
So far, we like WiZiQ a lot and appreciate the Moodle plug-in, which allows instructors to set up the link to the virtual classroom in the moodle course. It is very inexpensive, especially compared to other options (Connect, WebEx, etc). Tech support has been very quick to respond and resolve any issues we've had, which really isn't very many, and to answer questions.
I can't say much about their LMS service, as clearly, I don't use them...but the virtual classroom is very easy to use and those who have used it in my agency love it...they walk in making cranky noises about webinars, etc and walk away making happy noise. I count that as success.