I was wondering if the following comparison chart accurate against Moodle.
SharepointLMS vs Moodle
I don't think anyone would be able to say whether or not the comparison is accurate unless s/he were to spend a lot of time defining Sharepoint's terms (what exactly are "extended group functions"?) and then trying out each LMS side-by-side.
I've used a bunch of different LMSs and I'll just say that the comparison depicted in the chart seems a tad superficial. And the fact that it's on Sharepoint's web site makes me suspect that the claims might be a tad glib. So I would not want to rely on these claims w/o applying a lot more personal rigor to the comparison.
BTW, the best comparison of LMSs I've ever seen was called "The LMS Bake-Off" - modeled after the Pillsbury Bake-Off, a baking contest held in the US:
The idea is to put competitors side-by-side and give each of them the same equipment, conditions, etc and then say, "You have five minutes to do x." Then you watch as each competitor tries to do x. Of course the data you'll get is a bit limited - systems have lots of nuances, obviously. But the differences show up a lot more immediately than in any other technique I've seen.
Bottom line: I'd recommend you hit the books and not rely on this facile chart, IMHO. Thanks.
That is not a useful or sensible comparison, and I would say the same if I were in the position of promoting SharePoint LMS.
Yes: What Marcus said. Comparing individual features is not very meaningful.
It may be more helpful to imagine the narrative for a high-profile course - a learner's journey - in each system, and to compare the "hidden curriculum" (what learners will come to believe about self and agency and epistemology) to decide which environment is more in keeping with the mission of your organisation.
Now as to detail: most of the "features" are just too ambiguous, and the ratings may contain errors. For example:
I guess I'm saying it is not a fair one-to-one feature comparison, even if a feature comparison was desired.