on Wednesday announced the release of
3.5, a learning management system that runs on Mac OS X Server. The software can host any Shared Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) v1.3-compliant e-learning content, including courses, lessons, assessments, quizzes and surveys. It’s aimed at corporations, government agencies, universities and school systems that deploy e-learning initiatives online.
The Mac OS X Server-compatible version of CourseMill utilizes MySQL as its database engine, and features a customizable interface, the ability to customize data fields for student information, unlimited report generation, automated student self-registration, bulk registration, real-time chat and e-mail capabilities, multiple levels of security and other capabilities.
Trivantis indicated that CourseMill can be deployed for “under $30,000” and can be operational within a business day.