To Totara or to Moodle? That is the Question

You’ve researched cloud-hosted learning management systems, and you’ve narrowed down your selection to either Moodle or Totara LMS. Great! Now what?

There are many similarities between the two popular open-source LMS options; after all, Totara was built from Moodle’s foundation. Moodle is the world’s most popular LMS – inspired by the needs of the education sector, Moodle now boasts over 85 million users worldwide. Totara has the capabilities of Moodle plus extended features designed for the corporate world.

With two similar, open-source platforms, how do you know which one is right for you? If that is the question that is plaguing you, don’t despair! Join this webinar led by Totara Trainer Wesley Holden and Lambda Solutions’ LMS expert Ben Young, to learn and help you make the right choice.  

Key Takeaways:

  • The key differences between Moodle LMS and Totara Learn
  • How do the two LMS feature sets compare?
  • Which LMS will best fit your learning and training needs?
  • Answers to the questions to help you get approval for your choice

Meet the Presenters!

Wesley Holden, Academy Training Manager at Totara Learning

Wes Headshot.jpgWesley Holden is the Academy Training Manager at Totara Learning. He works to provide quality training resources and facilitates webinars and training to support users of Totara’s learning products. Since 2009, Wesley has specialized in supporting open source learning technologies.


Ben Young, Director of Product Management at Lambda Solutions


Ben is a leader in eLearning and talent management solution implementations. Working with Fortune 500 Firms and leading Healthcare Organizations, Ben provides clients with in-depth knowledge of eLearning services and course creation strategies for learning that engages learners while simultaneously reaching business outcomes. Ben is passionate about bringing eLearning visions to reality through the use of Learning Management systems and HR or Student information systems. He actively researches and tests emerging technologies which offer improvements in the functionality of online services to provide in-person or webinar-based training sessions to staff and clients.