iplusMoodle.net continues to attract registered open courses, courses to buy, and courses to that can be downloaded to your Moodle site. Two recent courses are published from i(plus)academy (http://www.iplusacademy.org/). The company behind the courses is an independent non-profit focused on supply chain management for pharmaceutical supplies headed to developing countries. As part of their resources and contribution to improving health, they run a Moodle with open courses.

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Two of the newest were published to Moodle.net recently,

Introduction to HIV/AIDS Disease and ARV TherapyThis course provides an introduction to HIV/AIDS disease and ARV therapy. It offers general information about the disease itself, its prevalence, mode of transmission and etiology, and the common therapy and treatment. Special focus is given to the challenges in access and availability of ARV medicines in low and middle income countries.

Introduction to AntimalarialsThis course is aimed to equip participants with a basic understanding of the disease malaria, its diagnosis and treatment. It is primarily designed for people who do not come from a health background and who are new to this field. The course has been developed internally by i+solutions based on years of experience in procurement of antimalarials under Global Fund grants. This is a open online course without facilitation. Once you have completed all activities (100%), you will be awarded an e-badge certifying successful course completion.

The courses are attractive and easy to navigate. They provide great examples of both the Lesson Activity and Book Module. Check them out using the links above or check out the full course catalog at http://www.iplusacademy.org/. Below are a few screenshots highlighting the responsive site and general course design.


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