Moodle is the platform to deliver a blended learning approach for our courses; combining face-to-face lessons with engaging online activities and resources. Moodle (Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment) provides an E-learning platform that has different environments for learners with dynamic, interactive, nonlinear access to a wide range of information (text, graphics, animation and videos) as well as to self-directed learning in online communication (e-mail and forum). Moodle is “open source”, course management system for online learning allowing developers to tailor the system to individual needs. Moodle allows the integration of a wide range of resources, from chats and forums to online booklets, a variety of questions, collections of problems and exercises, lecture notes; including any kind of text-based or HTML formatted documents, multimedia resources such as graphics, video or audio (e.g., MP3 files), PowerPoint, or Flash-based animations and Java applets. Moodle focuses on giving educators the best tools to manage and promote learning and allows teachers to organize, manage and deliver course materials. The usage of multimedia tools to create attractive activities makes the learning process friendlier for students. As a consequence, these activities increase the interest of the students in their studies. Teachers can provide students with a large amount of resources that they cannot usually show in the classroom due to time constraints. Lesson tasks within Moodle can be linked to any resources that are uploaded to one's server or that are available on the Internet. The students' exploration of any of the content-based resources can be easily assessed by using any of the Moodle based evaluation and feedback tools. Moodle is quite powerful in content creation due to its built-in HTML editor. The degree of expertise required is essentially the same as for any word processor. More sophisticated presentations such as animations or text specific feedback provisions need to be created using exterior multimedia authoring programs. These materials cannot be added in a hard copy booklet.