Coming together to design the next Moodle.
The Moodle Users Association is now up and running. A preliminary committee has been established and registration is open. We are currently in a project proposal stage so now is the time to join the association and propose your project.
The Moodle learning platform is an open-source software project that has grown since 2002 under the direction of Moodle Pty Ltd and is used in hundreds of thousands of institutions and workplaces world-wide.
The Moodle Users Association is an official non-profit organisation dedicated to contributing towards the core development of Moodle.
Why join the Moodle Users Association?
The mission of the Moodle Users Association is to support the growth of Moodle by providing a strong and united voice to users, giving direction and resources for new developments.
By joining the Association you will have a real say in deciding which Moodle features will get implemented next, even if you or your organisation are not developers or don't have enough funds to hire developers.
Be a part of something bigger.
How does it work?
There are four levels of membership ranging from individuals to large organisations.
As a member, you directly engage in Association Activity - a collaborative process of proposing and then voting on which new features will be developed and added to Moodle core.
In this way you help ensure Association-selected projects are adequately funded for development, while also enhancing your professional network through collaboration with other Association members.
- proposing projects for developments that you believe Moodle needs
- collaboratively developing requirements for your proposed development project
- helping the development of other projects through discussion and input
- voting for projects to be developed by Moodle Pty Ltd funded by your membership fees.
The process involves:
How is the Moodle Users Association managed?
A Committee elected by the membership manages the functions of the Association. Any Association member (an individual or an organisation) is eligible to be elected to take part on the Committee. Further details are in the Governance and Rules pages.