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AContent 1.3 Released

March 15, 2013

AContent 1.3 has been released. This version includes a variety of new features to enhance the production and sharing of learning content. Users should upgrade to take advantage of the new features. To try AContent, or download a copy, follow the links below. Read on for more about the changes in this release.

AContent Demo
http://www.atutor.ca/acontent/demo.php

AContent Download
http://www.atutor.ca/acontent/download.php... read more

Posted by Greg Gay 2013-03-15 Labels: acontent release lcms learning content management repository authoring elearning lms

AContent 1.2 Released

AContent 1.2 Released
October 14, 2011

AContent 1.2 is now available. This version is primarily a maintenance release, refining some functionality, fixing a few potential security issues, and applying a variety of bug fixes. Current AContent users should upgrade as soon as possible to ensure their content remains secure.

AContent Demo
http://atutor.ca/acontent/demo.php

AContent Download
http://atutor.ca/acontent/download.php... read more

Posted by Greg Gay 2011-10-14

AContent 1.1 Released

November 24. 2010:

AContent 1.1 was released today. AContent is an elearning content authoring tool and content repository. It supports the creation, exporting, and importing of IMS Common Cartridges, IMS Content Packages, IMS QTI test and question packages, and IMS/ISO AccessForAll content. Support for these interoperability standards ensures the elearning content you create will be accessible and portable. AContent can be integrated with other learning management systems to provide addon content management capabilities.... read more

Posted by Greg Gay 2010-11-24

AContent 1.0 Released

August 26, 2010

AContent 1.0 was released today. This is the initial public release.

AContent is an Open Source content authoring tool and repository used to create standardized, accessible, adaptable learning materials. It can be integrated with many Web-based learning environments as a tool to author, share, and store reusable content. To try the demo, or to download a copy, visit the AContent site, and read on for a list of key features.... read more

Posted by Greg Gay 2010-08-26