So you want to build an educational site. An admirable objective, to be sure. But how you go about creating an interactive, intuitive, and functional e-learning experience can raise a lot of questions. You might find it to be much more efficient to use Moodle. You can launch a site using one of the many Moodle themes we have available.
The Moodle learning platform is based on strong pedagogical principles, providing a private learning space for you to design online courses with flexible content and collaborative activities so your students are constantly experiencing feedback.
Moodle is a free and open-source software learning management system written in PHP and distributed under the GNU General Public License. Developed on pedagogical principles, Moodle is used for blended learning, distance education, flipped classroom and other e-learning projects in schools, universities, workplaces and other sectors.
With customizable management features, it is used to create private websites with online courses for educators and trainers to achieve learning goals. Moodle (acronym for modular object-oriented dynamic learning environment) allows for extending and tailoring learning environments using community sourced plugins.
You can download and use it on any computer you have handy (including webhosts), yet it can scale from a single-teacher site to a 200,000-student University. Moodle has a large and diverse user community with over 75,000 installations worldwide speaking over 100 languages in 200 countries.
Go ahead and take a moment to browse through the options.
5 Best Moodle Themes
Here is a selection of the best Moodle themes we currently have available on ThemeForest:
1. Lambda Moodle Theme
The modern responsive theme Lambda makes it easy to get an educational site up and running. Not only does it include a stylish design, but also numerous features that make putting together and managing courses simpler like tabs, slideshows, promotion boxes, and more. Other features include unlimited colors, multiple layouts, a customizable frontpage, social media integration, and full documentation and support.
2. Marble Moodle Theme
If a simple layout is more your thing, Marble is a good choice. It’s ideal for creating straightforward learning environments for a multitude of situations and subjects. Some of its features include a responsive design, Font Awesome Icons, a slideshow, dedicated marketing spots, a grid-based course listing, social media integration, testimonials, pricing tables, custom CSS, and more.
3. TIKLI Moodle Theme
There’s something undeniably modern about the TIKLI Moodle theme. The homepage layout is intuitive and immediately engaging. There are multiple layout options for course pages. And there’s even a customized view option you can toggle on and off between grid and list views for course listings.
With multiple color options, customizable UI elements, a testimonials section, a facts section, a map, and featured content, you can present the information you want to get out there easily.
4. Roshni Moodle Theme
The clean and responsive layout on the Roshni Moodle theme makes it a great choice for many different kinds of online courses. It has a detailed settings panel, color options, four page layouts, three different header types, two sliders, unlimited fonts, Google Maps integration, Font Awesome Icons, and so much more. It’s also cross-browser compatible and includes full documentation as well as free support and updates.
5. Nunforest Moodle Theme
Last but certainly not least there’s Nunforest, a responsive Moodle theme that prioritizes simplicity without skimping on features. It comes with plenty of settings so you can customize without code, a layer frontpage slideshow, marketing spots, grid layouts, social media icons, pricing table styles, testimonial styles, icon boxes, custom CSS, Font Awesome, and more.