lbedford at lbedford.org (Liam Bedford) writes:
> On Thu, Sep 27, 2001 at 12:45:23PM +0100, Steffen Higel came forth with:
> > Cormac McClean wrote:
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > I'm starting to look into eLearning solutions, including the following
> > > WebCT
> > > eCollege
> > > Blackboard
> > >
> > > WebCT is top of the list because we already have a certain amount of exposure
> > > to it. It also runs on Linux (RH).
> > Topclass was used a while back as well, but that was before I worked here.
> > It was used in one of our courses in second year, and from an end user
> > perspective, it seemed pretty good.
> Topclass. It runs on Solaris and Windows NT. It supports Oracle Entreprise
> only. It will support SQL server. (I used to work there).
>> I never heard of any Open Source ones while I was working there..
What added value do these offer, compared with a baseline of the
usual suspects (Apache, PHP, Phorum, user-friendly web editors
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