Anthony, this is almost word for word what I explained to my client. Still if you are out of work, it is an opportunity like any other, plus the possibility to get things changed from the inside. Not just people, company too can change in time...
On 6 Mar 2011, at 20:32, Anthony Clearn wrote:
> Hi, while not wishing to rain on any one's parade any one thinking of moving into the e-learning field may like to know that aside from http://weblion.psu.edu/ploneedu , https://trac.rhaptos.org/trac/rhaptos/http://www8.open.ac.uk/score/ and others one of the more popular e-learning suites is http://sakaiproject.org/. For anyone unaware of this area it might be worth looking into these, before packing those bags. Aside from this possible dampener, I hope it all goes well for everyone involved in this project.
>> I am unsure how this can be useful but this client of mine is looking for a person with the following profile. I can't tell much about it really, maybe it can be of some interest to someone you know...
>> Feel free to enquire or pass any cv to Eoghan O'Leary: eoleary at akarisoftware.com>>>>> --
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