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Guspec on May 7 2012 08:40 pm
This is interesting. But, how do I operate as an administrator? How do I launch this tool to my server, or to the organization's server?
Tech Fanatic on August 30 2011 07:41 pm
I've been using eFront for almost 3 years now. However, I needed to be able to extract answer details - a feature only available in the paid versions.
I tried aTutor while looking for an alternative. I would say that it's difficult to use. It lacks the simplicity of layout and grouping of related functions present in eFront. It usually takes me less than 30 minutes to figure out how to use an LMS/CMS. I've spent an hour now and it's getting frustrating not easily finding the options I need (exporting exam results, checking an essay question, etc). Reading the manual is a good thing but not having to do that because the buttons are too obvious is better.
One thing I liked about aTutor though is the speed the pages load. It's lightweight.
Boxx on June 22 2010 02:21 pm
Perfect, easy to use, cool quiz feature.
Now I'll try to install it on my server.
Amit Patel on February 9 2010 10:43 am
I must say I was excited at the reviews but struggling with the script. I installed the script easily but i will be damned if I can do simple things like file manager, uploading files etc everthing else is fantastic.
Moodle was intuitive with this area. I do like the overal design. on Atutor and it is light weight which is what I need. I still can't successfuly post a class.
jasmine on January 8 2010 04:53 am
compared to moodle it has got better features and allows for more interactivity on part of the learner.
it's GoooooD on November 16 2009 06:48 pm
1- One word... AWESOME!!!! so far..
2- Very light and simple,
3- Easy Installation
4- Getting used to the environment, very user-friendly..
5- I think as the community will grow you will see more options.
Moin on October 10 2009 08:35 pm
Is there any nice documentation for the beginners
Pep on January 22 2009 02:01 pm
It's all i need. The best! I prefer Atutor to moodle. It's easy to use, easy to learn and easy to administer.
rado on March 21 2007 08:30 am
Moodle is in the Slovak Republic it is most commonly used. But my favorite is ATutor. It is very good and simple for used L(C)MS.
Kwon on March 29 2006 07:56 am
Excellent! This is what I'm looking for.
Ravi kumar on January 25 2006 03:50 am
A+ - Very Good script . I am using that now at http://opensolarisproject.com. Very sastisfied , in some area it crossed moodle (http://moodle.org) also. -Ravi -http://opensolarisproject.com
karachi on March 22 2005 05:32 am
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