Offline Moodle Deployment

Offline Moodle deployment refers to the installation and use of the Moodle learning management system (LMS) in an environment where there is no or poor data connectivity. In this setup, Nomad will deploy Moodle on a local server or network, allowing users to access and interact with the LMS without requiring a continuous internet connection.

Local Server

Moodle is installed on a server that is hosted locally within an organization, educational institution, or any specific location. This server may be on-premises, meaning it is physically present at the same location as the users.

Content Delivery

Course materials, resources, and activities are hosted on the local server, allowing learners to view and interact with the content even when they are not connected to the internet.


Organizations can customize their offline Moodle deployment to suit their specific needs, including the design of courses, user interfaces, and integrations with other systems.

Access without Internet

Users can access the Moodle platform and its content without the need for a constant internet connection. This is particularly useful in settings where internet access may be limited or unreliable.

Data Privacy & Security

Since the Moodle instance is hosted locally, organizations have more control over data privacy and security.

Hybrid Deployment

Some organizations may opt for a hybrid approach, where certain aspects of Moodle are available online for remote access, while other components are kept offline for specific users or in specific scenarios.

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