Podcast 26: How to Extend Learning Content Availability – With Troy Gorostiza

Talented Learning

And I’ve remained focused on that space since 2001. So let’s say your content is located in your LMS on one server. Access to that content is a problem for people using a different LMS on another server. The SCORM standard won’t let your customers view the 101 course just by pointing to that content on your server. WELCOME TO EPISODE 26 OF THE TALENTED LEARNING SHOW!

Forecasts for 2020

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For 2019, written in 2018, close to 95% accurate (as of today). . If a vendor tells you they are not in the content business, I can only assume they must be in the web server business, because without content, that is all you have – a web server. I stopped using an RFP, in 2001 when I would buy systems. I love forecasts.


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Podcast 31: Inside Open Source Learning Systems – With eThink CEO Brian Carlson

Talented Learning

But with Moodle specifically, it started in Australia when Martin Dougiamas was working on his graduate thesis project in late 2001. Obviously, if you run this “free” solution on your own servers with your own people, there’s a cost.

Podcast: Selecting Association Software – With Chad Stewart of SmartThoughts

Talented Learning

In fact, I originally offered implementation, training and support when I founded SmartThoughts in 2001. Back then, software was installed on desktops and servers, so clients had different needs. WELCOME TO EPISODE 21 OF THE TALENTED LEARNING SHOW! To learn more about this podcast series or to see the full collection of episodes visit The Talented Learning Show main page.

Open Source LMSs Facts and Insight

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Four requests for fixes in 2019. ATutor’s first release by the way, was in 2001. Have servers on site? Behind your own firewall, with servers on-site, or in the cloud your choice.