PPR Classroom Explained



PPR Education Virtual Classroom is a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) where educators can create online courses for the subjects that they teach. Learners can login to access resources and complete activities provided for their courses by their educators. This is an excellent means of structuring your courses and effecting class preparation.  The Virtual Classroom is open to all educators and has been designed to be easy-to-use and easy-to-manage. You do not need any advanced IT knowledge to use the facility. We set up your classes and provide complete training to enable you to easily manage your classes on your own.



The Virtual Classroom (powered by Moodle) has many features one may expect from a e-learning platform including:

  • Forums
  • Content managing (resources)
  • Quizzes with different kinds of questions
  • Blogs
  • Wikis
  • Database activities
  • Surveys
  • Chat
  • Glossaries
  • Peer assessment
  • Multi-language support

Interoperability with other e-learning systems is possible. The Virtual Classroom's interoperability features include:

  • Authentication, using LDAP, Shibboleth, or various other standard methods (e.g. IMAP) •Enrollment, using IMS Enterprise among other standard methods, or by direct interaction with an external database
  • Quizzes and quiz questions, allowing import/export in a number of formats: GIFT (moodle's own format), IMS QTI, XML and XHTML
  • Resources, using IMS Content Packaging, SCORM, AICC (CBT), LAMS
  • Syndication using RSS or Atom newsfeeds - external newsfeeds can be displayed in a course, and forums, blogs, and other features can be made available to others as newsfeeds.