[LON-CAPA-users] Hej, we're the number two!
Thu, 01 May 2003 12:20:25 -0700
The project nipping at the heels of LON-CAPA, Moodle, has some good
functionality for liberal arts and social sciences. It doesn't have the
power of LC but it is very easy to use although there is no quiz import.
I have faith that LON-CAPA will get there and surpass all challengers.
BTW I may be presenting on LON-CAPA at the FALL Educause Conference.
I'll keep you informed.
Looking forward to 1.0.
Travis Souza, Coordinator
Instructional Center for Innovation
Truckee Meadows Community College
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After a rather gloomy and very depressing day struggling with unhappy
and complaining users - Jeremy found this:
Guy translated some of the codes:
> Scalability - 5
> Openness - 5
> Administration - 4
> Implementation - 3
> Functionality - 4
> Effectiveness - 3
A 4 was the highest they gave for functionality (tied with ATutor), and
a 24 overall score was the highest total score they gave (tied with
The following is probably very fair:
"LON-CAPA is long on functionality and support for extended character
sets and computation, but it's a bit short on user friendliness."
The review goes on:
"It is a robust system built for enterprise scalability and handles
clustering well. This system is highly recommended as one of the most
promising candidates for providing traditional course management
functionality for large institutions. LON-CAPA is an active participant
in the standards movement and provides strong documentation and
Now let's get the @$%# bugs out of the system ... release 1.0 is coming
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