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    Re: Scholaris accessing/writing to Sims: Legit?

    We have 100 partners that interface with SIMS in one way or another. Deep integration is possible through our partner programme. We have to pay our staff and shareholders so there are modest charges if you want to write data back to SIMS - read access is royalty free. It is quite possible for a third party to write an application that links more closely to SIMS than Learnwise does.

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    Re: Scholaris accessing/writing to Sims: Legit?

    Sorry I missed another post from TeddyKGB. Viglen, Fronter, Talmos, RM and Learnwise all make use of IME links with SIMS. Far better than .csv.

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    hello

    we run the scholaris vle at our school and have done for a while. Yes it will be able to write back to sims as they are technical partners of captia. We will be trailing some of their web parts over the next couple of months starting off with attendance.

    Our AD users are created var salamander (Richard's Willis's product) First off let me say that guy is a genius and he software is fantastic and can be custom to suite our own needs. We run it every night and it add users to any groups that need to be added, creates mail enabled class groups etc... Richard is also a technical partner as well

    as for scholaris, it looks at our sims systems and runs a import during the day updating the sharepoint system for the users. runs fully on our esx system one sql box,isa , sharepoint servers

    We have a meeting with the uk rep from scholaris next month to talk about improvements and development ideas for the system. I have found both Ergo and Scholaris very helpful when looking to develop ideas for the vle.


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