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JoomlaLMS 1.3.2 Improves SCORM Compatibility, Adds AICC Compliance
JoomlaLMS has released an update to its learning management system. JoomlaLMS 1.3.2 is now compatible with Joomla CMS 3.2 and includes a number of functional improvements.
JoomlaLMS is a Joomla-based learning management system that's currently in use by more than 1,000 organizations, according to developers. (Joomla itself is free and open source; Talipomanus is not.) The latest release, which rolled out earlier this month, includes improved SCORM compatibility and new AICC compliance. It also adds support for PHP 5.5, enhancements to SQL performance, Internet Explorer 10/11 compatibility fixes, support for the latest version of Community Builder and improved SMF forum integration.
The company said that that a forthcoming update release will add new conferencing capabilities, including integration with Webex and GoToMeeting; support for Joomla 3.3; and new mobile capabilities for both Android and iOS.
JoomlaLMS is available in two versions: standard and pro. The standard edition runs $299 to $2,599, depending on the number of users (up to unlimited). The pro version runs $799 to $6,199, also depending on the number of users (up to unlimited). The pro version includes open source code and offers free custom branding, as well as:
- High-priority support;
- Advanced reporting;
- Folder permissions;
- Custom user roles and permissions;
- Advanced user management;
- Global question pool;
- Free conference hosting (10 connections for every 500 users); and
- Free installation (minimum 500 users).
A free trial version is also available, as are online demos. The trial version is fully functional for 30 days for up to 30 users.
Complete details can be found at joomlalms.com.
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