From Issue #128December 2004
I am flash developer and recently moved on LMS customization. I am using moodle as it is a open source. However to customize the moodle I need the help on architecture on moodle, which help me to customize the moodle.
Can any one help me with this?
Thnx in advance.
I own and run a newly launched website (www.mymedskool.com)
It's an Etutoring platform for the Medical Fraternity. I would like to combine an Elearning platform with this. Short on funds. So was looking for a cost effective open source LMS which could indirectly help make my services affordable.
My major cause of concern - I've only been an end user to an LMS and I'm a non-techie business person. Would it be easy for me to use the administrative aspects of moodle including hosting my own courses?
Any thoughts/ insights on this would be deeply appreciated.
I would also be open to anyone looking to partner out on this venture.
You can increase you sites capability by integrating the moodle with other CMS like Drupal.
Many Institutes and Schools are running their site at drupal and the online course are handled by moodle.
I am facing problem in email authentication in moodle.Can anyone help me in this query.
I can help You please write to me at my mail. Greetings
I am facing problem in email authentication.Can anyone help me in this query.
"Yet, over 66% of Moodle users who responded to a Moodle survey identified themselves as teachers, on-line learning researchers or educational administrators."
That truly is the best sign of product success. Having not only an interface that's simple and easy to use, but a install process, that's great work. And by a Phd of all people! :)
There is a commercial Course Management System that was ported to a LAMP environment in 2003 and made free for accredited educational organizations to use.
Jones e-education, first released in 1998 by JonesKnowledge, is a mature, full-featured commercial solution that has both commercial development and a user development community. I have used it in a variety of roles since 1999, and have never seen any course management system more intuitive and user friendly for students.
The site is at http://www.jonesadvisorygroup.com
and a Flash demo is at http://www.jonesadvisorygroup.com/standard_demos.php.
The current version is 2004.3, and 2005.1 will be released in July 2005.