Catalyst gains global recognition for its contribution to Moodle


At the first-ever MoodleMoot Global, held in Barcelona, Catalyst was recognised for its significant contributions through continuous efforts over the last year to support and advance Moodle and its community of providers.Picture of the Moodle Contribution Award

Catalyst's team are committed to helping Moodle reach audiences globally, and to support educators everywhere. They have put significant development effort in to enabling all users, schools, public and private sectors, to have access to leading-edge open source educational resources.

Paul Stevens, Manager of Catalysts Open Knowledge team, said: "Catalyst is proud to have won such a prestigious award that is so close to our heart, it shows how close the Moodle HQ and Catalyst developer teams are; much credit needs to go to Matt Porritt and Dan Marsden for leading the way."

Paul Stevens and Fiona Ong pose with Contribution Award







We agree with Martin Dougiamas, CEO and founder of Moodle, when he says, "Education, Openness, Integrity, Respect and Innovation are the values we are building the Moodle project on." 

Moodle illustrates how we can collectively and ethically build educational resources on open source technologies that can enable access to quality education for everyone, sustainably and transparently. With Moodle now implemented in tens of thousands of organisations of various sizes and scenarios around the world, we are excited to see what the future holds.



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Catalyst is a New Zealand owned and operated company where openness, long term relationships, community and diversity are essential characteristics of how we do business. Since 1997, Catalyst has been enabling success with expert open source solutions, and clients all over the world trust us with their mission-critical systems.