by Marc Parry The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation is closing a grant program that financed a series of high-profile university software projects, leaving some worried about a vacuum of support for open-source ventures. Mellon’s decade-old Research in Information Technology program, or RIT, helped bankroll a catalog of freely available software that includes Sakai, a course-management …
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March 1st, 2009
Created for the enterprise, Liferay Portal provides a virtual space where you can centralize, share and collaborate. Built with the end user in mind, Liferay Portal’s award winning user interface is easy enough to master by even the least technical of users.
May 6th, 2008
As corporate and government organizations embrace the Web for delivering more education and training programs, a wealth of free and open source e-learning applications will help lower the barrier to entry. TechWorld looks at the options.
Gilfus Education Group UPortal consulting services help in advising institutions on how to take full advantage of uPortal to meet their business objectives.
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Learning Management Systems have emerged from an auxiliary role to a critical one in higher education. Current college students are technologically savvy and demand their faculty to use technology and Learning Management Systems.