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February 28, 2008

LMS Usability Review

In all the years that I've been involved in the OpenACS/ .LRN community, it's been my experience that we get high marks for the architectural sophistication and power of the toolkit, but that we get dinged when it comes to usability, especially vs. Moodle, the latest darling of the LMS world.  So, with that as a backdrop, check out this study presented by Emmanuelle Raffenne of Spain's Universidad de la Educacion a la Distancia (UNED) at the recent .LRN global user meetings in Guatemala.   Congratulations to all the members of the community who have been working very hard on this front!

More to follow on the conference...



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