Hello! I work for a professional association and we are exploring using Moodle to offer online training for continuing education units for our members. In reading about Moodle, I'm seeing that it's features are practically endless and I'm a bit overwhelmed. I was just wondering if someone might be able to tell me if Moodle would be a good match for our needs:
- We receive recorded presentations from our speakers/teachers (.mp4 files) (we can upload to our Vimeo account if needed)
- We want our paid conference/seminar attendees to be able to access this content on demand
- Our accreditation office requires:
-- No ability to skip/fast forward or otherwise progress through a course without viewing all content
-- The courses require positive interaction (for example, pressing a button to progress through the course). [trainings that self-complete (run automatically), such as videos, with no intervention by the participant are not acceptable.]
-- Courses monitor participant comprehension throughout the training.
One specific question that goes along with this - if we upload a complete one hour course (one video file), is there a way in Moodle to break it up into sections where the viewer has to press button or fill out survey/poll to continue? Our conferences consist of over 100 sessions, so if we had to manually separate the videos into smaller sections, it would be very time-consuming.
Thanks in advance! Please let me know if you need any additional information.