17 Most Used WordPress Learning Plugins

  • Sidekick

    Real-time, voice-guided WordPress training and support straight from your dashboard.

  • Wp-Pro-Quiz

    A powerful and beautiful quiz plugin for WordPress.

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  • Unyson

    A simple and easy way to build a powerful website.

  • Namaste! LMS

    Learning management system for Wordpress. Support unlimited number of courses, lessons, assignments, students etc.

  • Interactive Content – H5P

    Create and add rich content to your website for free. Some examples of what you get with H5P are Interactive Video, Quizzes, Collage and Timeline.

  • Educator

    Educator is a simple learning management system plugin for WordPress.

  • BuddyPress for LearnDash

    BuddyPress for LearnDash integrates the LearnDash LMS plugin with BuddyPress, so you can add groups, activity, members, and forums to your courses.

  • SCORM Cloud For WordPress

    Tap the power of SCORM to deliver and track training right from your WordPress-powered site.

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  • Official Treehouse Badges Widget and Shortcode

    Provides both widgets and shortcodes to help you display your Treehouse profile badges on your website. The official Treehouse badges badges and plug

  • StudyPress

    The easy way to create pretty multimedia lessons, quizzes and sliders.

  • BuddyPress for Sensei

    BuddyPress for Sensei integrates the WooThemes Sensei plugin with BuddyPress, so you can add groups, activity, members, and forums to your courses.

  • Moodle Course List Widget

    This plugin will allow you to display a list of Moodle courses for a specific user of Moodle.

  • Educator WooCommerce Integration

    Connects the Educator plugin with the WooCommerce.

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  • Konnichiwa!

    Konnichiwa! is a super quick-start membership plugin.

  • Xerte Online

    Xerte Online for WordPress is a server-based suite of tools for elearning content authors.

  • Wikipedia API search and display Widget

    A very basic WordPress Widget plugin to display Wikipedia content related to the category of the current post.

  • Custom Pointers

    Create interactive tutorials for your WordPress Users. This relies on the native WordPress Pointers API!

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