It’s that time of year where school is out and teachers are kicking back, relaxing and no doubt already thinking of their next year’s plan of action. If you’re a new Moodler or Moodle trainer working with teachers at a school without it’s own installation then you might know a few places to get some free hosting. Over the next two weeks we’re going to highlight one free Moodle hosting solution a day.
We’ll cover it’s limits, basic plans, level of support and the 3rd party modules and add-ons included with the free service. At a minimum we’ll only highlight those services that have a completely free (no obligation) Moodle offering that you can even use as a production environment. Too good to be true? Well, we hope not but we will highlight how these fine organizations cover the costs of the free service so that you can better understand how sustainability the service may be.
Description: This web development company was one of the first free Moodle hosting companies that gave all users their own individual installation.
3rd party plug-ins: no
Support: email only
Business plan: they are a web development company
Basic Plan: Full administrator rights to a sub-domain site, unrestricted and unlimited disk space.