Virtual Learning Platforms Thread, Choosing an Open Source CMS in Technical; I run a series of educational websites and am looking for an alternative to static html - so... an open ...
11th February 2008, 11:05 AM #1
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11th February 2008, 11:08 AM #2
I use Website Baker for several sites I manage.
11th February 2008, 11:09 AM #3
Also consider Plone.
11th February 2008, 11:09 AM #4
moodle is good at what it does... but might be overkill for CMS, it's more designed as a VLE / to provide online courses. I'm sure someone will be along momentarily to plug the edugeek Joomla package ;-)
11th February 2008, 11:22 AM #5
Joomla or e107
Both are easy to setup and use.
11th February 2008, 11:32 AM #6
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Thanks for your initial comments. I may be looking to provide VLE style online courses in the future so that feature might be attractive.
How do I narrow my choice?
I need a PHP programmer I use to be able to work with the platform.
I need it to be flexible and robust.
I need it to support subscription / access systems.
It needs to be capable of reducing cross browser compatibility issues.
It needs to have flexible style sheets / templates.
It needs to sync well with forums and other social networking options.
It needs to cope with podcasting.
It needs to be able to communicate with LMS / SIMS.
It needs to cope with huge user rates and very large content management.
It needs to offer tried and tested WYSIWYG interfaces.
It should be able to cope with multiple authors / content managers.
* Dynamic form builders
* Business or organizational directories
* Document management
* image and multimedia galleries
* E-commerce and shopping cart engines
* Forums and chat software
* Blogging software
* Directory services
* Email newsletters
* Data collection and reporting tools
* Banner advertising systems
I need to be able to access expert support relatively swiftly and easily.
I'm sure there are loads of things I'm over looking...
Further advice would be FAB! Many thanks.
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