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    Re: Learning Platforms, advice please

    Used Moodle for a while here, then we discovered ATutor (www.atutor.ca) same idea as moodle, but much much better interface. If you liked moodle you will love ATutor.

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    Re: Learning Platforms, advice please

    Phew! It's GPL. The words "same idea as moodle, but much much better interface" suggested commercial licensing.

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    Re: Learning Platforms, advice please

    Quote Originally Posted by Dageezah
    Used Moodle for a while here, then we discovered ATutor (www.atutor.ca) same idea as moodle, but much much better interface. If you liked moodle you will love ATutor.
    Looked at this a few years back and, in the end, opted for Moodle. If you look at the roadmap for ATutor most of that is already implemented in Moodle. As for the interface you may be right - but Moodle isn't that difficult. Most of our teachers seem to find it quite simple. Work is going on at the moment using AJAX to make it a little more drag and drop - if that is what you need!

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    Re: Learning Platforms, advice please

    Within 5 minutes of posting the comment about the Moodle interface "improving" I noticed on the moodle.org site a posting saying that Moodle 1.7, which should be released early next month, will have the HTML Quickforms API embedded in it. So it looks like it should be easier to use sooner rather than later.

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    Work is going on at the moment using AJAX to make it a little more drag and drop - if that is what you need!
    Nah, what I need is more competant teachers - when they can turn the computers on, I will then worry about getting content onto the net... baby steps!

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