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Learning Management System

Discussion in 'Website Design Forum:' started by ThePenguin, Jan 18, 2010.

  1. ThePenguin

    ThePenguin New Member

    Hi There,

    Can anyone offer me any advice please.

    I have a simple code website that needs to incorporate some kind of learning management system into it. I have been told of moodle etc but would be quite happy to purchase (on behalf of the client) an off the shelf package that i can easily get up and running.

    Site is base in the uk and i will need to be able to take payments and have secure one on one student/teacher dialogue...

    It is not a complicated course..just 6 modules with each one needing completion before progressing. It must be secure as information is confidential.

    I'm sure there must be software packages out there but as i'm new to it i can't quite understandf whether i can incorporate them into my pages and therfore keep corporate look or whether they are hosted on another server..

    Any advice would be greatly appreciated

  2. treemonkey

    treemonkey New Member

    I have heard that Moodle is pretty good. Another one is Olat

    I don't personally have any experience of either though.

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