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Have any of you used myicourse.com?

I'd like to hear about any experiences with them.

From what I've seen, it could be a great platform to link to from a main site for content delivery.

Best part: It's FREE!
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  • Profile picture of the author Mohammad Afaq
    Never used it but it kinda looks interesting.
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  • Profile picture of the author scrofford
    It looks like something with a lot of potential! You could offer a free class or paid either or, and instead of them getting it by email, they could go there. Or you could upgrade a free email course to paid if they want to go to the myicourse page.
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  • Profile picture of the author craigbrown
    Also check out NineHub.com - Free Learning Management System Hosting and Gnomio: Learning tools for everyone.

    Who wants a crappy text-based course delivered by email when you can do it properly?

    Moodle rocks - been using it for years in my day job.
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    • Profile picture of the author JDArchitecture
      Ninehub looks like it may have some potential but support seems lacking. The features page isn't even working.

      The cool thing about Myicourse is that the owner is actually a user. He developed it for his own business and decided to offer the platform to everyone. That gives me some comfort in knowing that it will be around for a while, otherwise I'd probably bite the bullet and learn Moodle or Joomla.
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      • Profile picture of the author craigbrown
        Originally Posted by JDArchitecture View Post

        Ninehub looks like it may have some potential but support seems lacking. The features page isn't even working.
        Looks like ninehub has recently been sold. Bummer. That was a good platform when I last used it.

        Originally Posted by JDArchitecture View Post

        ...otherwise I'd probably bite the bullet and learn Moodle or Joomla.
        Moodle is a good, open source LMS. It's easy to install on your own site and there is a ton of support available.

        For those running Joomla based sites there is an open source LMS available called Joomlearn - http://extensions.joomla.org/extensi...-learning/3577 I don't know how effective it is because I haven't tried it yet - seems to be OK via reviews though.

        @JDArchitecture: Thanks for letting us know about Myicourse - another arrow for the quiver. Cheers.
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