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LMS OpenOLAT

OpenOLAT is a learning management system used by universities, schools, and companies to deliver e-learning content, to do testing and assessment, and to work collaboratively in various learning scenarios.

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OpenOLAT 9.4 released 15 May 2014 21:08

Dear OpenOLAT community The OpenOLAT 9.4 release is an iterative evolution of the 9 release and contains all 9.0.x to 9.4.x bugfix packages, you can download it from here: http://www.openolat.org/downloads.html OpenOLAT 9.4 brings two main new features: the course element "checklist" and a new graphical statistical analysis tool for assessments and questionnaires. Using the checklist element course authors can better support a great range of didactical scenarios like participant lists in seminars, declaration of prepared tasks for tutorial classes, todo lists for self learning activities and more. Checklists can optionally create a score and thus be part of the assessment process and with the PDF download teachers can quickly print out a version they can take into class. Using a wizard multiple checklists can be easily created based on a template. Thanks to our partner University of Innsbruck for sponsoring this new feature. The graphical statistics tool analyses the assessment and questionnaire data in a course and calculates statistical key values which helps better interpreting the raw data. Graphical bar diagrams further improve the readability and interpretation of the data. Using the print view, an entire report can be generated for a test or questionnaire. Thanks to our partner VCRP for sponsoring this new feature! OpenOLAT 9.4 includes many other improvement and fixes for bugs that have come to our attention, specially in the area of better WebDAV compatibility and speed and enhancements and improved robustness of the notification infrastructure. Thanks to all the contributors and bug reporters for your help! For a full list of changes see the release notes at http://www.openolat.org/downloads/release_notes_openolat_94.html OpenOLAT 9.4 is the best and most secure OpenOLAT release yet and we recommend installing it as soon as possible for all OLAT and OpenOLAT users.users. OpenOLAT 9.4 can be downloaded from there: http://www.openolat.org/downloads.html If you rather prefer cloning from the repository, make sure you clone from the 9.4 maintenance repository and not from default: http://hg.openolat.org/openolat94 Thanks for the bugreports and code contributions made by the community, we appreciate those inputs a lot! Enjoy the new release and send us your feedback! Best regards The OpenOLAT development team

Recent releases

  •  15 May 2014 21:10

    No changes have been submitted for this release.

    •  04 Oct 2010 14:19

      Release Notes: Some of the new features are a course element that supports IMS Basic LTI interoperability, a wizard that simplifies the creation of OLAT courses, a pluggable QTI 2.1 test engine, and many improved features and components. The installation of OLAT for productive use got significantly easier, since you can download a WAR file to deploy in a Tomcat servlet engine instead of downloading source code.

      •  16 Mar 2009 10:48

        Release Notes: The most important new feature is clustering. A second important new feature is internationalization. OLAT offers a new translation tool and an easier administration interface to install new languages.

        •  12 Dec 2008 10:08

          Release Notes: Most importantly, some bugs in the chat and notification system were fixed. Other bugfixes and further improvements are included.

          •  28 Nov 2008 11:40

            Release Notes: This is a bugfix release that fixes several minor issues. It is strongly recommended to install this update.

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