eThink Education, a total Learning Management System (LMS) solutions provider headquartered in Baltimore, MD, has been named the Moodle North America Partner of the Year at the inaugural Moodle Partner Awards. The award, which was announced on November 18th at the first annual Global MoodleMoot, honors the Certified Moodle Partner who “has most effectively capitalised on market opportunities and driven demonstrable business growth within the North America region.”
eThink Education provides a fully-managed eLearning solution including AWS cloud hosting, implementation, integration, consultation, and management services for the open-source Moodle LMS. eThink’s team of experts provide unlimited LMS support to help clients build effective learning programs using Moodle. eThink’s high-touch support model sets it apart from other Moodle Partners worldwide and provides clients with a tailored Moodle experience.
eThink Education has been a Certified Moodle Partner since 2016, supporting Moodle users in the United States, United Kingdom, Caribbean, Canada and Africa as well as other locations worldwide. eThink supports a wide range of clients in a variety of different industries and sizes, including Guaranteed Rate, Carbon Black, and the New Jersey Department of Education.
As an official Moodle Partner, eThink actively supports the Moodle mission and contributes financially to the development of the platform. eThink’s team is also closely involved with the testing of new Moodle versions and products, and frequently sponsors the regional Moot user conferences that are hosted annually.
“On behalf of Moodle, I congratulate eThink for winning the North America Partner of the Year award. We’re proud to formally recognise their continued contribution to Moodle and commitment to open source learning with our Awards initiative. Without our Partners, Moodle would not be able to continue to grow and support its mission to empower educators around the world,” said Juan Lucca, Chief Commercial Officer at Moodle.
“We are honored to be named the Moodle North American Partner of the Year,” said Brian Carlson, CEO & Co-Founder of eThink Education. “eThink is proud to support Moodle, which provides a highly robust and flexible learning solution that enables our clients to make the most out of their learning programs. This award demonstrates eThink’s commitment to supporting Moodle’s open source mission, and we are excited to continue to work closely with Moodle and the Moodle community for years to come.”
About eThink Education
eThink Education provides a fully-managed eLearning solution including AWS cloud hosting, implementation, integration, consultation, and management services for open-source Moodle and Totara. Managed by experts, eThink’s total solution provides a dynamic and customizable platform to meet specific institutional and organizational needs for clients in various industries including Healthcare, Education, Non-profit, Government, and Corporate. eThink also offers LMS and eLearning training through eThink Academy, as well as custom content solutions.
For more information about eThink Education, please visit www.ethinkeducation.com.
Moodle is the world’s most used open source learning platform. With a big community of educators and researchers, Moodle’s goal is to improve the quality and efficiency of education globally. With over 100,000 registered sites and more than 160 million users worldwide, Moodle’s innovative software and services support the education and training needs of many organisations around the world. It powers institutions like the United Nations or the UK Government, companies like Google, Shell and international universities, K-12 and Higher Education schools worldwide.
In pursuit of their mission of “empowering educators to improve our world”, Moodle’s software gives educators and learners powerful, flexible tools for online learning and open collaboration.
Moodle’s mission is supported by their network of over 80 certified Moodle Partners that can provide technical support, customisation, hosting and all Moodle-related services to help with organisations e-learning project.
For more information, please visit moodle.org.