My employer is looking at building an e-learning site that they can sell & deliver online courses through. There would be no interaction between teacher & student outside of the site, the user journey would pretty much be:
- Go to the site and be presented with the home page (HTML page with info about the business ect).
- Navigate around some of the other pages (i.e. about instructors, blog, contact ect).
- Navigate to a page advertising the courses and click on sign up button for their preferred course.
- Fill in a sign up form and pay for course.
- Get redirected to their dashboard where they can work on the course, see their other courses ect.
- Work through the course, get it marked by us, get a certificate ect
My question is can this be done all in the Moodle platform or will I have to build a static site with the first 3 steps then redirect them to a Moodle platform? Even then I don't understand how Moodle would know if the student had paid for the course or not, so ideally I would like it all on the Moodle platform, I have only seen Moodle used as a learning portal however and although I know there is a Paypal plugin, I've not seen any examples of sites where content is behind a paywall.
Any help would be greatly appreciated,