After spending a day and a half of trawling the internet for an Opensource Webinar platform, I have found Moodle may be the best solution I can find for our purposes. However with further exploring, I cannot find a cohesive clear end to end instruction how to go about setting up Moodle as a Webinar platform.
On some documentation I found we need to use Adobe Connect for conducting live webinars? However an Adobe connect subscript starts at USD50 per month which seem to defeat the purpose of using Opensource systems when say a commercial available system such as WebinarJam costs less than the Adobe Connect subscription.
I had also looked at BBB and went to register to trail this system, however there is now a warning massage on thier subscription page as follows.
"Due to increased demand, recordings are temporarily disabled and the maximum duration of a meeting has been reduced to 60 minutes on this server. (k8s)"
We are conducting training seminars/webinars around the transport and handing of dangerous goods as per UN regulations, and these programs normally run for around 2-3hrs. So having a 60min time limitation is just not workable.
So my questions are, where can I find some instructions for setting this up?
What other options are there besides using BBB and Adobe Connect?
How is Jitis used to broadcast Webinars?
Has anyone used Jami tougher with Moodle? If so how?
Thank you in advance for any guidance.