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Educating The World

You can receive your state authorized, theologically accredited Bachelor, Master, Doctorate degrees in far less time, for up to 98% less expense than through most traditional online seminaries, online bible colleges, online universities!    

Moodle Education System

Northwestern Theological Seminary: On The Cutting Edge of Online Education.

"Celebrating 35-Years of Educational Ministry, since 1980"

NTSMoodle Course Management System (CMS)

Northwestern Theological Seminary uses the Moodle open-source platform as its learning management system. This is the same Online Educational Management System being utilized by major universities.

The NTS courses are now available in the NTSMoodle. Each of the individual courses have separate "Enrollment Keys", which you will receive as you register for each course. You will be allowed to register for up to (3) three of your required courses at a time. The transition for current students will be done with the assistance of their advisors. Instructions will be given as to how to login to the NTS Moodle System.

Moodle is a leading open-source course management system (CMS) - a software package designed to help educators create quality online courses. Such e-learning systems are sometimes also called Learning Management Systems (LMS) or Virtual Learning Environments (VLE). One of the main advantages of Moodle over other systems is a strong grounding in social constructionist pedagogy.

Moodle is a leading system used in online learning. The Moodle system is used by a number of the world’s leading universities. Among the list of Universities that are making the change to Moodle, from the popular system 'Blackboard' is Louisiana State University (LSU). To read article, go to: http://www.lsureveille.com/news/1.762154