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Top Open Source Learning Management Systems

Designing Digitally

There are many benefits involved with choosing an open source learning management system (lms) for your educational needs; starting with the ability to fully customize the software to your organization’s needs without having to purchase expensive licenses. With minimal risk involved, it is really hard to go wrong with any of the open source learning management systems listed below.

Moodle vs Totara – which is the right choice for you?

Paradiso

Despite sounding like the son and daughter of some bohemian celebrity couple, they are actually two different incarnations of the same thing, and that thing is an open source LMS which is used by million of people worldwide and is ‘free’ to get hold of. Moodle has gone through a number of iterations in its 15 year trajectory – from Moodle 1.0 in 2002 to version 3.0

Moodle vs Totara – which is the right choice for you?

Paradiso

Despite sounding like the son and daughter of some bohemian celebrity couple, they are actually two different incarnations of the same thing, and that thing is an open source LMS which is used by million of people worldwide and is ‘free’ to get hold of. Moodle has gone through a number of iterations in its 15 year trajectory – from Moodle 1.0 in 2002 to version 3.0

The most updated and popular E-Learning Blogs

eFront

Learning Circuits Blog The LC Blog is a community feature that Learning Circuits launched in 2002. Very glad to see Making Change, The Rapid E-learning Blog, and Stephen Downes in here as well. I'd also suggest Tony Karrer's and George Siemens' blogs: [link] [link] I look forward to exploring your site more and finding out more about your platform. Recent Comments Blog Archive ► 2011 (3) ► January (3) Free and Open Source Text to Speech Tools for e-Le. Top 5 e-Learning books for beginners Top 10 Open Source e-Learning Projects to Watch fo.

Mike Rustici – Crystal Balling with Learnnovators

Learnnovators

ABOUT MIKE RUSTICI (President, Rustici Software): In 2002, Mike Rustici founded Rustici Software to help Learning Management Systems and e-learning content creators work well with each other using the SCORM standard. New market entrants tend to be doing the more exciting things that open up new possibilities. think Project Tin Can is an exemplary model for other spec development to follow, since it harnesses the power of a broad community while avoiding the pitfalls of inaction that complete openness can create. version of the Tin Can API. THE INTERVIEW: 1. specification.