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Moodle Comes to CampusVue Administrative System

Campus Management has completed beta testing on a program to integrate Moodle into its administrative and academic tools for higher education, including CampusVue. The result is a newly released learning management system called CampusLearning, which works with CampusVue, providing commercial support for the open-source platform and synchronization with the company's student information system.

Moodle is an open-source learning management system (or, according to the acronym, a "modular, object-oriented dynamic learning environment") and one of the most popular LMSes out there (if not the most popular), with more than 34,000 registered sites serving more than 1.4 million courses to more than 14.3 million users as of this writing. (That's more than double the number of sites as of the end of September 2006 and about six times the number from September 2005.)

The new CampusLearning system is built on Moodle, providing integration and synchronization with Campus Management's student information and portal solutions, which are used by about 1,100 colleges and universities around the world. It includes services ranging from full-time helpdesk support to hosting to consulting and platform conversion.

Some the the integration features of CampusLearning include:
  • Automatic enrollment synchronization with the CampusVue system;
  • Attendance and activity tracking;
  • Posting of grades to CampusVue student portals; and
  • Announcements via SMS text messaging and other media.
More information on the newly launched full release of CampusLearning and Moodle can be found at the links below.

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