Moodle Stats – Moodle surpasses the 100 million users mark and India rises in the top 10 Moodle countries list #moodlestats

Moodle project has quietly surpassed the 100 million users mark recently and marked its presence in more than 232 countries all around the globe. Similarly, the total number of courses on all Moodle sites have also crossed the 11 million mark with close to 76k registered websites.

The Moodle stats data shows the data collected from the registered Moodle sites only and may not give an exact figure. The current Moodle usage statistics are as follows:

Registered sites 75,830
Countries 232
Courses 11,770,119
Users 100,669,855
Enrolments 336,197,707
Forum posts 207,752,911
Resources 104,689,764
Quiz questions 564,638,498

Moodle surpasses the 100 million users mark and India rises in the top 10 Moodle countries list #moodlestatsCountries with most registered websites:

On the other hand, US maintains its pole position in the list of countries with most number of Moodle site registrations followed by Spain, Brazil & Mexico. Here are the top 10 countries in descending order of registered Moodle sites:

Country Registrations
United States 10,176
Spain 7,288
Brazil 4,445
Mexico 3,562
United Kingdom 3,476
Italy 2,582
Germany 2,467
India 2,310
Australia 2,294
Colombia 2,147

Surprisingly, Australia – the country of origin of Moodle, is sitting at 9th number with close to 2.3k registered Moodle sites. India is slowly picking up the pace and starts rising in the top 10 list and now sits at 8th place.

Check out the Moodle stats page for complete statistical data. And don’t forgot to register your Moodle site to improve the stats. In case you need any help in registering, you can refer to this Moodle doc.

Jaswinder Singh

Jaswinder Singh, passionate about using Moodle in improving the Indian Education System and reaching the students in far flung areas where still education seems to be a impossible prospect of life. He is the author of the popular Moodle Book "How to use Moodle 2.7". In October 2016, Jaswinder was elected as the Moodle User's Association Committee member - the first to make it from India.

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