Open-Source Learning Content Management System based on Learning Design Spec

Where’s Scott Leslie when you need him? While making random Google passes, Michelle discovered this open source LCMS built in java:

PhiTone.LCMS is a Java-based Open-Source Learning Content Management System (LCMS). It is an implementation of the Learning Design Specification. This speciftication is based on the work carried out at the Open University of the Netherlands (OUNL) in the field of Educational Modeling and the specification called Educational Modeling Language (EML).

Hard to determine much more than that. A follow-up Google search was futile. Awaiting my password so I can dig deeper…

Does anybody know anything about this?

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One Response to Open-Source Learning Content Management System based on Learning Design Spec

  1. Scott Leslie says:

    This is really interesting. Never heard of it before. It does seem to occupy a blackhole in the midst of a number of search engines.

    “Where’s Scott” – one of the few fringe benefits of working on one’s own is that when your hockey team wins and you played pretty damn well and you end up treating yourself to a few too many pints, well…

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