In this article, we'll talk about managing an LMS when all institutional assignments handed in by students have to be handed in through the LMS, and what that means if you have several thousand students. This case is based on one of our customers which provides in-class English courses to about 55,000 students in a monthly cycle. The institution started working with us in 2012, so it's already been 5 years since we've started developing their custom Chamilo LMS setup.
This is a short note for ourselves, but it might help others considering the (new for now) rules of Google indexing of non-mobile sites. Drupal 6 does not really provide all the stuff that would be really useful to switch the theme of your site depending on the browser being on a mobile device or not. There are a few modules that should help you, like switchtheme, and mobile_subdomain, but in the end, you can also do it as follows.
Setting up Apache (or web server x)Let's assume your site is called your.site.com and you want mobile devices to see another theme. Define the m.site.co
If you have to make Captivate-generated SCORM 1.2 content in your (web) platform and you want *more* information about what's going on, this guide might help. One of the trickiest things about Captivate and SCORM is that Captivate doesn't handle the credit/no-credit (cmi.core.credit) very well.
A critical LMS is a service (not only the software, but also the team around it) on which you can rely to launch and follow training/teaching activities that are critical to your organization.
Sir, I am a user of Chamilo 1.8 as my Website is : www.team**.in and i am having about 1300 users registered on that portal but i always face big problem with chamilo 1.8 that when i take test of all users on same day then it stops working. chamilo 1.8 is not able to handle online users more than 40, so i am facing big problem right now. Sir, i want to ask u that should i upgrade or use chamilo 2.1 so that i can handle up to 2000 users online at same time for better output. or please give me the solution for my problem . Waiting for your response! Regards M.K.Our a
I'm always surprised at how large companies are taking their IT politics too easily, and then are surprised by what happens. Today, Josh Bersin (of Bersin & Associates, a great guy to follow: @Josh_Bersin) published an article on the plans by SAP to buy SuccessFactors (probably the leader in employees performance management software, at least in terms of completeness), and the fact that some customer of Su
Just as a reference for later (in alphabetical order) - this list was originally quickly composed as part of the planning of a comparative study which was not concluded: Open Source:
- Canvas LMS
- Angel (now Blackboard)
- SharePoint LMS