US-Based eThink Education Launches in Nigeria to Provide eLearning Services

eThink Education, a leader in e-learning and technology in USA has launched a Moodle by eThink African Learning Network in Nigeria, to deliver their learning management expertise and allow participating schools and colleges connect and share resources directly within the Moodle platform.

The Moodle by eThink African Learning Network (ALN) will offer a connected community of educators and learners, allowing participating institutions to enjoy unlimited resource-sharing, networking, and endless social learning opportunities directly through the Moodle platform.

Through the platform, teachers can share resources with other teachers, students can interact and learn with students from other schools. In cases when a school doesn’t offer a specific course or program, the Moodle by eThink African Learning Network gives schools the ability to outsource classes or programs to other schools.

Moodle also supports eCommerce functionality to enable businesses or schools sell their online courses.

According to the Brian Carlson, Co-Founder and CEO of eThink, “Over the year we have noticed a growing demand for innovative and powerful edtech solutions among the K-12, higher education as well as corporate sectors in the country. So, we are excited to be able to help support those institutions as well as help others leverage the benefits of an affordable e-learning platform.”

With the launch, eThink Education has become the first Moodle Partner in Nigeria. Their goal is to allow online education easily accessible and shared throughout Africa, through the Moodle platform.

Moodle is an open-source Learning Management System (LMS) that is widely used across the globe to provide online education in schools, universities, and businesses. As an official Moodle partner, eThink provides hosting and support services of the Moodle product to offer a complete eLearning solution that is easy to use and can be customized to meet specific learning needs.

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