Enhancing Online Learning: A Comparative Analysis of Moodle and Google Classroom in Rabat’s Faculty of Education Sciences
Y. Nfidi and B. El-Batri
This research examined student satisfaction and perceived effectiveness of two online learning platforms, Moodle and Google Classroom, among students at the Faculty of Education Sciences in Rabat. A total of 215 students participated in an online survey to evaluate their satisfaction and perception of the platforms’ effectiveness as learning management systems. The findings revealed that Moodle received a higher average rating than Google Classroom, with a majority of students considering it more effective for distance learning. However, Google Classroom was favored for its ease of use and fewer technical issues. These insights can assist educators and administrators in understanding student preferences and enhancing the online learning experience.