Moodle bases its structure and operation on a constructivist conception of learning. This makes it, despite its complexity, an optimal LMS for participatory or collaborative learning models. This can be carried out with its own activities such as wikis, collaborative glossaries, workshops, etc.
It has a very large community of users, developers and collaborators and is updated frequently, incorporating new improvements, such as the H5P interactive content bank, available only since version 3.9.
Since version 3.11 it incorporates important improvements in accessibility. And since Moodle 4.0 there is also an important remodeling focused on improving usability and user experience in general.
In addition, it offers a large number of functionalities and possibilities. This can be an advantage or a disadvantage as it requires a greater investment for its initial configuration and may not adapt adequately to the needs of the project, precisely due to an excess of options.