Course-instances on eFront 3.6.3

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which has just been released by the way) introduces a shift from a Lesson-centric to a Course-centric eFront. A Course-instance can share the same lessons with its father, have unique instances of the lessons or have a different set of lessons all together. Consider a scenario in which you have a school with a physics course (which includes several lessons), separated in 4 different classrooms.

The gradebook module

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The gradebook module uses a formula to convert scores for activities to an aggregated lesson score at a range from 1 and 100 - and subsequently to a grade (e.g, As a professor now we have to activate the gradebook module for lessons. Just go to the administration page of a lesson and make sure that the gradebook module is active. For all the columns that refer to an online activity we can fetch directly the data from the lesson.

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From version 3.6 to version 3.6.6

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5 things you (perhaps) don't know about eFront

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1) You can issue commands directly from the search box Many people dont know that you can use the search box to issue commands for e.g., editing a user or changing a lesson. For more info check the related wiki article: [link] 2) You can create tests with qualitative characteristics A very strong feature of eFront is the ability to create pools of questions and combine them to tests.

Top 75 eLearning Posts - May 2010

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Without trust, employees become what Judy Bardwick, in her article titled “The High Cost of Mistrust,&# calls actively disengaged. Is Google Analytics the next LMS? continued) - Sana Easy Bloggers , May 10, 2010 Last week we shared our visions on using Google services (such as Analytics) as an alternative to expensive LMS software. Google TV for Education - Learning and Technology , May 28, 2010 Earlier, Google showed their new Google TV solution.