I was asked to evaluate whether to continue investing in our homegrown LMS (that is quite limited and buggy), plan on revamping our website, and look into a good document management tool for an upcoming client-facing project. Lots of things to consider.
I need an LMS that supports:
- Question level feedback: I want a pool of questions to populate the exam for Course One, and I want to be able to report on how often the questions were used, and the pass/fail percentage on each question, and I want to view each student's performance on the quiz (what did they miss/what did they answer correctly).
- Version control of online courses
- Archiving of courses
- Support for varied pricing structures: at present we use promotional codes to control the price that the student is charged. We have agreements with organizations such that Course A is $50 for their students, but Course A would be $40 for another organization's students. I am gathering that Moodle's interface/plug in for e commerce is limited: Can I easily charge different prices for the same course simultaneously, using promotional codes or some other tool?
- Where is Moodle with Moodle for Mobile? That is something we need/want in the 2012/2013 timeframe: is that reasonable?
- Flexible reporting: I want to be able to report on whatever I want: our current system has a limited list of reporting options and preset filters. Free me from such constraints, let me go get what I need to know: Does Moodle support this?
I was thinking we would couple Moodle with Joomla for Joomla's Doc Manager tools. We will need a way to expose searchable docs to registered users, and allow those users to save those docs as their own, store them on the site, and edit them as needed. I don't think Moodle's the place to do that: Your thoughts?
What am I not considering?