LMS Scalability: How to grow your online training platform without compromise?

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Compress image sizes, restrict hi-res imagery and use SVGs where appropriate so that they load in a timely manner Use lazy loading to ensure only onscreen media is loaded Implement a CDN (content display network) to reduce server load when delivering media Host videos externally.

Open Source LMSs Facts and Insight

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Opigno – Built on Drupal. Add-ons come from the Drupal community, so yes, e-commerce exists. Where is Joomla and Drupal and WordPress? Have servers on site? Behind your own firewall, with servers on-site, or in the cloud your choice.

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Should our LMS Website be on the same install as our main marketing site?

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However, if you’re building an LMS using WordPress, Drupal or similar open-sourced content management systems, you are fortunate in being able to build your LMS and marketing website on the same install if you choose to.

LMS Scalability: How to grow your online training platform without compromise?

Plume - e-learning & learning management systems

If you have a pre-existing system on an open source platform like WordPress, LearnDash, Drupal, Opigno or Open edX, and with the right specialists, you can absolutely scale using the suggestions below. What is scalability?

Finding the perfect learning platform in 5 steps

Joitske Hulsebosch eLearning

The shortlist that I currently have for tools that are relatively easy to implement are Elgg, Moodle, Ning, Drupal, Bloom Fire, Buddy Press for wordpress, and Social Engine. Other platforms such as Drupal need more support and expertise. Maybe you want the platform to be hosted on your own server or not.

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

Talented Learning

That’s what happens today in WordPress and Drupal and commercial content management systems. 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!

To be or not to be Moodle

eLearning 24-7

I should add there are systems built on Drupal, DNN too. Which means you have to either have the servers in-house (and again, have to factor in the server cost – which many tend to not do) or have it hosted on the web. Perhaps you use Amazon S3 or Rackspace – you pay a monthly fee for either of them, or any of the other server farms out there.

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LMS Automation: 8 time-consuming tasks to automate and scale your LMS (or risk catastrophic failure!)

Plume

The old way of achieving sub-sites meant simply duplicating the LMS’ code and setting it up on a server. Through LMS Automation, Scaling up your Learning Management System (LMS) would become easier and more cost-effectively. Why You should consider automation for your LMS?

LMS Automation: 8 time-consuming tasks to automate and scale your LMS (or risk catastrophic failure!)

Plume - e-learning & learning management systems

The old way of achieving sub-sites meant simply duplicating the LMS’ code and setting it up on a server. If you custom build your LMS with sub-site tech, or build it upon an open sourced CMS like Drupal or WordPress, then this is achievable if planned from the start of the product’s lifecycle.

CMS: An Alternative to a LMS for those who seek Portals or Communities

eLearning 24-7

When I say “web&# , this means the course sits on your server or if you are using a 3rd party and they are hosting a server for you – it is located there. The course sits in the “server&# will all its files, etc. Thus, the server would be the same server that you house your CMS, and then you can launch from within the CMS for people to access. Drupal – One of the king kongs of CMS systems.

I want to facilitate online discussions but how do I choose the right platform?

Joitske Hulsebosch eLearning

or open source software like Drupal , Joomla or elgg (moodle is also used, but is actually optimized for Education) What is it? Often there is the possibility to host the platform on your own server, but you can also host it externally. Photo: participants in our workhshop on online facilitation In many situations non-ICT specialists want to organise some online conversations and are looking for a good online space.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): GDC Update 5: Player Generated Content in Casual Games

Mark Oehlert

Flex, not well designed for complex apps, problems with security model, Thorny Issues: Local client code supported, server-side code is not supported, no DRM Will Harvey - imvu, starts with video in which every single avatar is some kind of hyper-realized female form, I wonder what the VP from lifetime thinks, 35K developers have created almost 1.5

Teaching Startup Founders High Growth Strategies and Tactics Online at Craig Zingerline’s Growth University

LifterLMS

So, I’ve been working actually with WordPress, frankly, since WordPress and Drupal put one of my startups out of business, right? It was like, you could right click into it using Server-side JavaScript on the backend.

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Security for WordPress Websites with Kathy Zant from Wordfence Security Plugin

LifterLMS

There is a file that runs on your server called htaccess. It’s why so many agencies just standardize on WordPress and aren’t going to let Joomla or Drupal. Learn about security for WordPress websites with Kathy Zant from Wordfence security plugin in this episode of the LMScast podcast with Chris Badgett of LifterLMS. Kathy shares her story of entering the WordPress security space and several tips and tricks for online course creators to help protect their platforms.