Nowadays, higher education institutions are faced with the complex challenge of serving increased enrollment levels with tighter budgets. This has prompted universities around the world to explore new approaches, including the use of Learning Management Systems (LMS) - such as Moodle - for delivering courses to help extend teaching and learning beyond the classroom. The implementation of these systems was also spearheaded by the forced adoption of online tools during the Covid-19 pandemic. This paper investigates UNINT (Università degli Studi Internazionali di Roma) educator and learner experiences in using a modified version of Moodle - called Everywhere - as an online learning management system, which was created to facilitate learning in the context of English as a foreign language (EFL). In particular, it examines issues about adopting Moodle as an online learning management system and implementing blended learning in EFL/ESP education. The incorporation of Moodle into Everywhere learning platform has led to the development of an interactive platform for both students and teachers. The authors discuss their own course page on Everywhere, which is seen as a boon for the development of an interactive learning platform, but it is highlighted the course might become even more blended with further implementation of the plethora of resources and activities available to course developers.
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