Why not "IT". Then when "IT" goes wrong, you'll know what everyone is talking about!
Did you come up with a name for it?
University of Nevada, Las Vegas, College of Southern Nevada and a host of others have called our learning environment "WebCampus" for the past several years. As a metaphor, it fits and when another professor comes in from the cold, they don't have to adapt to a strange new world. They just become part of the virtual campus.
Pegasus (school-based system based on Bodington), NeLP (Northants eLearning Platform), Community Gateway, enable, Class, The Hub, e<schoolname>, schoodle, schmoodle, twoodle (I think this lot might run on Moodle for some reason) ...
Some I have come across are branded as part of the school setup as a virtual building (where each block or area has a specific name) and some are branded for school ethos.
OnLine Learning & Information Exchange?
Could make it as its own character, something relative to the school.
Our school logo is a centre tree with stick like children playing around it all in shades of green, I would use a relative character like a Squirrel called OLLIE.
Your marks are available on OLLIE or OLLIE now has your marks for you..
Just a thought
Call it FlashGames, might get used then ;-)
Central Online Curriculum Knowledgebase
Gone too far??
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