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I am looking for some free web based eBulletin software to work in conjunction with staff briefings. It will ...
20th July 2008, 10:39 PM #1
Web Based eBulletin Software
I am looking for some free web based eBulletin software to work in conjunction with staff briefings. It will be basically be an electronic version of the briefing to stop the paper handouts. It will have 2 entries every week and hold key information for staff relevant for that week. I would like it so a member of the admin staff can login and add the information.
Does anyone know of any please?
21st July 2008, 08:40 AM #2
Aren't you using Moodle Zak? Create a course called "Briefing" or something, add the staff, then create a group (staff) from these members, add the staff and bulk email them. Give a couple of people admin or course editing teachers rights to this course so that they can add items.
Last edited by beeswax; 21st July 2008 at 08:45 AM.
Reason: just waking up...
21st July 2008, 08:44 AM #3
- Rep Power
If you have Sharepoint or a Portal in place can you not upload it there?
21st July 2008, 10:19 AM #4
Its not online yet, its sketchy if it will ever happen now
Originally Posted by beeswax
We dont have share point
Originally Posted by kiran
21st July 2008, 11:55 AM #5
Will you be going down the Uniservity route then?
Originally Posted by FN-Greatermanchester
21st July 2008, 04:53 PM #6
We might not be having any learning platform. I will explain to you next time i see you, its a long story...
21st July 2008, 11:19 PM #7
21st July 2008, 11:21 PM #8
Its not ideal. As soon at they access it I want them to see the most up-to-date bulletin and then be able to click the older ones. I want something easy to manage that can be controlled only by admin staff a wiki will be to complex.
21st July 2008, 11:31 PM #9
21st July 2008, 11:38 PM #10
is this it please? do you have a URL?
21st July 2008, 11:54 PM #11
Slash is the Perl system that runs Slashdot
21st July 2008, 11:58 PM #12
Or WordPress - although you can run it on Windows (with Apache, PHP and MySQL) it's a lot easier to maintain on Linux. If you've not got a spare box or a Linux server handy, you could always run VMWare server (the free solution). It's what we're doing for our internal site.
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