Moodle Sites

Christian Courses is the first Moodle site we worked on. It was formerly running under proprietary "home-brew" PHP code developed for eLearning. With the advent and popularity of eLearning systems like Moodle, it seemed to make sense to research and recommend the possible conversion of the former website to a Learning Management System (LMS). Several options were researched, including WebCT (commercial), and Sakai (Open Source). However, Moodle came out as the clear choice in terms of function, cost, and ongoing development.

Conversion of began in January of 2007, and go-live was on December 1 of that same year. The project was completed on-time and in-budget. has now become the sixth largest Moodle website worldwide, according to the number of registrants. Updates completed in 2010 allow handheld devices to access audio and video content using H.264 technology. is not hosted by Digital Treehouse. It is hosted by Remote Learner.

Providence Christian Academy Online

Providence Christian Academy Online

Providence Christian Academy is a Private Christian School located in Lilburn, GA. In order to begin to move aspects of the curriculum into the 21st century, and to provide a contingiency learning site in the event of extended school closing due to illness or other emergency, Providence approached Digital Treehouse for a solution. Again, Moodle was the ideal platform upon which to build their eLearning site. Teachers now use the site for regular class assignments, as well as showcasing student projects, such as student websites, PowerPoint® presentations, videos, etc.

Digital Treehouse designed and developed the site, and is now hosting it.

Christian University Globalnet

Digital Treehouse is on contract with CUGN to do site maintenance and content updates, as well as research new technologies, and solutions to problems for this eLearning site. One of the projects recently completed was to convert the video content for all the courses to H.264 so that online content is also readily accessible using handheld devices like iPad and Android. We worked closely with web designers to develop the video players using html5 technology.

The site is hosted by Remote Learner.

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